Weather Amnesia - Art Exhibition at the University of Toronto

On September 18th, the Weather Amnesia Art exhibition opened at the University of Toronto. Presented in conjunction with the Jackman Humanities Institute’s 2019-2020 research theme Strange Weather. Curated by a John H. Daniel’s Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design Master of Visual Studies (MVS) Curatorial student Yuluo Wei, the exhibition features original works and some from the University of Toronto Art Collection.

In particular, the exhibition features a CNC (i.e., computer numerical control) modelled design of the facade of the Jackman Humanities Institute building at 170 St. George St.

Representing the Mass Timber Institute, Dr. Anne Koven answered questions about the role mass timber building can play with respect to changing and unpredictable environmental conditions associated with global climate change.

Generous support was provided by the Mass Timber Institute’s partners Structure Fusion Inc. and Structure Craft.

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