Plus de Deux (12:45)

Artist: David Frankovich

Waiting (10:00)

Artist: Anda Kubis

Night Light Atlas of Toronto: St. Clair Ave. West, June 4, 2008 (1:25)

Artist: John Shipman

Night Light Atlas of Toronto: Queen Street West, March 23, 2007 (2:00)

Artist: John Shipman

Night Light Atlas of Toronto: Bloor Street West, July 23, 2008 (2:45)

Artist: John Shipman

Night Light Atlas of Toronto: Dundas Square, July 9, 2008 (3:25)

Artist: John Shipman

Artist Bios

David Frankovich is an emerging Toronto-based artist. He holds a BFA in Film and Video from York University. His work has been exhibited by FADO Performance Art Centre, Images Festival, LIFT, Pleasure Dome, Reel Asian, Toronto Urban Film Festival, and the Winnipeg Film Group. He recently completed a residency with the Trinity Square Video themed commission program Antihero. In November he will be presenting his performance work, Grey Cup Party, at the Drake Hotel.

Anda Kubis is motivated by how light is used in our physical and virtual landscapes as a primary means of communication. Her digital and oil painting emanates a glow that can be attributed to either the philosophical sublime or the latest radiant ad campaign that competes for our attention.

Anda Kubis is Chair of Drawing and Painting at OCAD University. Drabinsky Gallery in Toronto, Newzones in Calgary, Elissa Cristall Gallery in Vancouver and Tapper-Popermajer Art Gallery in Sweden represent her work.


John Shipman explores the weak forces of visual gravity using video and installations. He received the Ontario College of Art and Design Medal for Integrated Media in 2007 along with other awards and has led five independent Nuit Blanche projects in Toronto from 2006 to 2010. In fall 2009, he curated a exhibition of artists' videos, Dragging My Video Camera Down the Front Steps: 30 Years of Unconventional Camera Movement from the Vtape Collection at Vtape, Toronto. Currently he is working with an art and architecture collaborative, KS3, and on a video project with a Berlin-based composer. His audio and video projects have been shown in Toronto, Paris, Berlin, Madrid, and the United States.