Stunning winter light exhibition returns to Ontario Place November 23

Nov 19 2018, 4:31 pm
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For the second year in a row, the Winter Light Exhibition is taking place on the west island of Ontario Place.

Throughout the winter season, Ontario Place will be “a landscape of brisk wind, extreme temperature and intricate ice sculptures crafted by Mother Nature herself.”

Stella Polaris/Ontario Place

Using creativity, innovation, light and discovery, creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Disruptive Engagement.”

This year’s Ontario Place Exhibit opens from November 23 to March 17, 2019.

Obscura/Ontario Place

As for what you’ll find along the way, here is a list of the exhibits and the artists:

A Warm Hug by Kanika Gupta and Amit Kehar
Aqualith by Sagan Yee, Alenn Predko and Alex Leitch
Circadian Rhythms by Caterina Stambolic
Earth Resist by Ryan Longo
Fracture by Robert Hengeveld and Marcia Huyer
Geodesic Mimicry by Kilogram Studio
Halo by Tonya Hart
homunculus.numbus by Mark-David Hosale
Iridescent Towers by Nate Nettleton
Making Waves by Mixed Metaphors
Maybe It’s Better We Don’t Know by VTLA and Ken Roy Johnson
Obscura by John Nguyen, Stephen Baik and Anton Skorishchenko
Pendulum by Spencer Cathcart and David Nolan
Shadok & AYÊ by Hanae Baruchel
Stella Polaris by Jordan Shaw
The Faraway Nearby by Christine Dewancker
The Greenhouse by Layne Hinton
Warmth Pillars by Lucie Bulot

Ontario Place

Winter Light Exhibition

When: November 23 to March 17
Where: 955 Lake Shore Blvd. West

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