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Mark Dion talk in Toronto tonight

Mark Dion, “Art in the Twenty-First Century,” production still, 2007.

The work of Season 4 artist Mark Dion blurs the boundaries of art, science and natural history. Playing off the human impulse to classify and order phenomena, he frequently creates arrangements of found objects or juxtaposes imagery of fantastical flora and fauna with the syntax of the natural-history museum.

In this talk at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Dion will speak about his practice over the past decade.

Royal Ontario Museum, Level 1B
Signy and Cleophee Eaton Theatre
Cost: $10.00

Visit the Museum’s website for more information.

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