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FULL CIRCLE

November 15, 2012 – May 11, 2013
12 – 6pm, Tuesday through Saturday

 

Andrei Zerebecky & Lukasz Kos, Four-O-Nine, Shanghai

An Te Liu, Toronto

Carol Moukheiber & Christos Marcopoulos, Studio (n-1), Toronto

Jimenez Lai, Bureau Spectacular, Chicago

Lubo Brezina, LUBO, Toronto

Luke Liu Kuo-Chang, Open United Studio, Tainan

 

Mathematical equation, cosmological realm, simple shape, symbol, metaphor, transitive verb – the circle can be all of these and more. WORKshop's exhibition takes the figure of speech "coming full circle" as its point of departure: a group of architects, artists, and designers visualize what the phrase means to them. Full Circle is therefore an amalgam of personal odysseys orbiting a convergent set of themes: location and relocation, polarities of East and West, historical and biological cycles, somewhere and nowhere, even re-cycling. Although singular in approach and tone, the individuals taking part all acknowledge a dimension of time and space beyond quotidian experience.

 

Photos from Opening Reception

Opening Night

 


 

Four-O-Nine, Shanghai

URBAN FABRIC Rugs, PLEAT Loungers and ECLLIPSE Mirror

Andrei Zerebecky & Lukasz Kos
Four-O-Nine, Shanghai

An Te Liu, Toronto

Agenda

An Te Liu
Toronto

Studio NMinusOne, Toronto

X Stock

Carol Moukheiber & Christos Marcopoulos
Studio (n-1), Toronto

Bureau Spectacular, Chicago

Little Monster

Jimenez Lai
Bureau Spectacular, Chicago

LUBO, Toronto

Ming-Inspired Furniture

Lubo Brezina
LUBO, Toronto

Open United Studio, Tainan

Dolce Vita

Luke Liu Kuo-Chang
Open United Studio, Tainan

 

Full Circle previews WORKshop's new retail shop, which will open in early 2013.