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Thomas Demand
& Martin Boyce, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Caruso St John

HOUSE OF CARD

Kelly Jazvac

Time Scale

Seeing the Invisible

An Outdoor Augmented Reality Exhibition

MOCA Free Friday Nights Bar Takeover

Current Exhibitions

Thomas Demand_crossbill 2021_cropped_web
September 16, 2022
— January 8, 2023
Thomas Demand
& Martin Boyce, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Caruso St John
HOUSE OF CARD
Seeing the Invisible_STI_header3_web
October 1, 2022
— September 30, 2023
Seeing the Invisible
An Outdoor Augmented Reality Exhibition
Kelly Jazvac Time Scale
September 16, 2022
— January 8, 2023
Kelly Jazvac
Time Scale

Current Projects

On Models:
A Collaboration with e-flux Architecture

Debashis Sinha: Saṅkhyā Stories: Machine Learning Fables

Sarah Badr:
Growth, Change, Decay

Public Programmes

Rirkrit Tiravanija - untitled (thomas demands here)

MOCA Free Friday Nights Bar Takeover

September 16, 2022
 — December 23, 2022
MOCA-x-BAO

MOCA x Brampton Arts Organization: Free Friday Nights Collaboration

October 28, 2022
 — December 16, 2022
House of Card Installation View

Creative Conversations: Martin Boyce and November Paynter

December 8, 2022
Debashis-Sinha-web

Rückstreuung: Sound Performance with Debashis Sinha

December 9, 2022
Kelly Jazvac Time Scale

Artist Tour and Q&A with Kelly Jazvac

December 23, 2022
Minecraft Camp

Winter Holiday Programming: Minecraft Camp

December 27, 2022
 — December 30, 2022

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The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto is located on treaty land of the Mississauga of the Credit First Nation, an area on which the Haudenosaunee, the Wendat and the Anishinaabe have thrived through time. We acknowledge that MOCA is built upon occupied territories and respect our collective responsibility to protect and nurture the land and to recognize the legacies of colonial histories and the Indigenous voice within the museum’s programming.