Tuesday, October 2, 2007
Last Saturday night, all of Toronto was out taking in the festivities of Toronto's 2nd annual Nuit Blanche "a free all-night contemporary art thing" The weather was extremely cooperative as most of the exhibits were outdoors, such as the one pictured above. This event was at the Royal Ontario Museum, just outside the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal (which I've posted about previously), designed by super-star architect Daniel Liebeskind. The striking exterior of the building was used as a screen for projected images, which were combined with a DJ / VJ and contemporary music. It was a great crowd scene, and surely as much fun to watch as to participate.