2011 Nuit Blanche full program announced


The full program for Nuit Blanche 2011 has been released, featuring the work of over 500 artists and 134 projects. Like last year, the City will be divided into three, independently curated exhibition zones with City Hall / Nathan Phillips Square playing host to the marquee exhibit. It's sometimes challenging to wade through the art-speak in exhibit descriptions, but it sounds like this year's centrepiece, Flightpath Toronto, will allow a limited number of people to fly above Nathan Phillips Square. "For Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2011, the square hosts an urban flightschool, an interactive visual airscape, and fly-lines that enable hundreds of people, en-winged, to re-imagine the city and the way we move through it," so reads the installation description.

Hmmm. My first thought is get ready for some serious line-ups. And maybe some throw-up. But it does sound intriguing, to be sure. We'll have more on the the 2011 in the coming days, but for now check out the website, which has images and listings for all of this year's work.

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