ALTERED: A Visual Archive of Toronto's Church Landscape 1787-1834

Jasmine Frolick
Robynn Redgrave

21 - 24 April 2016
4th annual Gladstone Grow Op Exhibition
1214 Queen Street West

April 21: 11am – 8pm
April 22: 11am – 10pm
April 23: 11am – 10pm
April 24: 10am – 5pm

Altered examines the symbolic and built form landscape of pioneer churches during the initial settlement of Town of York {now known as the downtown core of the City of Toronto}. Through installation, video and text, it explores the first chapter in the story of Toronto’s churches and their cultural meanings in the context of meeting the evolving needs of Torontonians past, present, and future.
Robynn Redgrave is a Visual Communication Desiger. She is pursuing her MA at Aalto University in Helsinki, Finland.

Jasmine Frolick is an Artist and Urban Planner at ERA Architects. She is running a day of workshops on tactical heritage urbanism with ICOMOS Canada this spring.