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GO FISH Installation triptych
Making its Toronto premiere as part of the Museum’s Nuit Blanche presentation, GO FISH is a free outdoor installation on three screens in the Aga Khan Park, taking viewers on a visual journey inside the annual herring migration.
When hundreds of millions of herring return to the Salish Sea, their spawn paints a milky turquoise collar along its shores, and for a few chaotic days, the Salish Sea is transformed. The spawn attracts a formidable web of fish, sea lions, birds, and the fishing fleet that follows. GO FISH captures the patterns of this mayhem as the herring “set the table,” and we discover the extraordinary cast of wildlife and humans who come to dinner.
The video triptych, directed and produced by Scott ... view more »
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
GO FISH will be on display from 7 pm to 7 am, September 23 to 24 as part of the Museum's Nuit Blanche presentation.
The exhibiton will remain in the Park and be displayed September 24 and September 26 to October 1 from 3–9 pm.