Coinciding with Doors Open, MOCA’s Sterling Weekend activities take inspiration from Mark Dion’s exhibition, The Life of a Dead Tree and the 100th anniversary of the Tower Automotive Building. Reflecting on the life that has returned to the Tower Automotive Building, artist Mark Dion’s exhibition brings a massive, fully grown, deceased tree into the gallery along with its inhabitants, to create a sensory experience and exploration of the natural cycle of life and death.
A series of film screenings, workshops, and lively conversations delve into the unique history of the building, and investigate the concrete architecture and parklands that make up our city.
Join us at MOCA for two full days of free, interactive programs that are open to visitors of all ages.
Floors 1-5 and 8-10 will be open!
Programs & Workshops
TOURS | Column Conversations | Floors 2 & 5 | 11:30am – 3:30pm
SCREENINGS | Eva Kolcze | Floor 1 | 11am – 4pm
WORKSHOP | Paper Park | Floor 2 | 11am – 4pm
WORKSHOP | Rock Covers Paper | Floor 2 | 11am – 4pm
Mark Dion: The Life of a Dead Tree
Andreas Angelidakis: DEMOS – A Reconstruction
Visit our neighbours and partners in the Tower Automotive Building throughout the weekend (open 10am-5pm each day).
Akin & Ontario Science Centre Studios at MOCA
The 59 Group
Tower Automotive Building Upper Floors
Floors 9 & 10
More at MOCA
Shop at Art Metropole Clouds & Horizon
Eat at Forno Cultura