Marzieh Mohammadmiri Walking with the Invisible

Artscape Wychwood Barns ⁠ accessible_forward
601 Christie St
May 23–27

This documentary project explores the course of the buried Taddle Creek in today’s Toronto. It encourages looking and listening to what cannot be immediately seen or heard —a lost piece of nature and Indigenous history, retrieved through a video and cyanotypes. ​It explores how humans have reshaped the natural environment of the city, and represents a present absence; a spatial memory of a lost landscape. Mohammadmiri’s counter-mapping journey is also their own search for a lost sense of home.

On the last day of the exhibition there will be a talk by Helen Mills, founder of Lost Rivers, followed by a Q&A.