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Radar - back again.

Radar, blogTO's weekly scope of city linkage highlights went 'out of order' a while back. We're sorry, we didn't realize how much you'd miss it! But we've read the e-mails and heard you out... and yes, brought the Radar back online.

This weekend = gallery hopping: "Controller: Artists Crack the Game Code" opens at the InterAccess (9 Ossington Ave). 5 artists modify video games by exploiting glitches in the code, adding or removing elements in the game and isolating visual components. In hacking the game code, they beg the question: who's controlling whom?

In Transit, Spacing's transit gallery show comes to the end of the line on Saturday. Last chance to see this 2-floor transit love-in @ Toronto Free Gallery (660 Queen East).

Saturday, from 2-5pm, Looking for Love in All the Right Places opens at Gallery TPW (80 Spadina Ave, # 310). Exhibit reworks images from pornography in an effort to "redirect our experience and understanding of visual titillation and associated narratives". Features American artists Laura Carton and Alison Ruttan.


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