Art Gallery of York University, 2012
8.25×10.68 in, 112 pp, 156 col/6 B&W, hardcover
Collaborating with a varied cast of characters—beekeepers, mycologists, astronomers, physicists, bees, cats, snowballs, tango dancers, passers by, plants, curators, hotel porters, musicians, first responders, herpetologists,…(the list really does continue)—Diane Borsato creates works that propose eccentric models for relating to one another and to the world.
This catalogue/monograph accompanies Diane Borsato: Terrestrial / Celestial, the Spring 2012 exhibition at the AGYU. It includes essays by Emelie Chhangur, Darren O’Donnell, Stephanie Springgay, and Scott Watson. Edited by Stephanie Springgay. Designed by Lisa Kiss.
Please Note: Performance and Book Launch: Diane Borsato
Saturday May 5, 2 – 5 pm
at Art Metropole
788 King Street West, Toronto
How to Keep Bees in Italian
(with English subtitles)