come up to my room 2010 come up to my room 2010
jan 26, 2010

come up to my room 2010

‘gold line’ installation by orest tataryn and bruno billio

the come up to my room exhibit gives a talented crop of artists and designers a chance to showcase their work through a series of unique installations inside toronto’s gladstone hotel. the installations are spread throughout the hotel, including inside the rooms, the hallways and even some of the bathrooms. this year’s show featured 27 designers, architects, artists and other creative makers. this edition of come up to my room marks the seventh anniversary of the show and the second for the curatorial team of katherine morley, caroline shaheed, jeremy vandermeij and deborah wang.

‘mycologic’ light fixtures by propellor

hanging paper and ceramic garden installation by lisa keophila, jon margono, fiona lim tung and kristen lim tung

‘recent departure’ installation by work/party

hanging forms from ‘slap dash depository’ installation by naomi yasui, jennifer sciarrino and jacob whibley

elemental ceramics from ‘slap dash depository’ installation by naomi yasui, jennifer sciarrino and jacob whibley

‘oblique clock 1’ by science and sons

installation by jamie webster and berkeley poole

‘ballroom’ installation by jennifer davis and jamie phelan

‘piece of the pie’ wall installation by edward lin and kira varvanina ‘puzzle’ floor lamp by tamara rushlow

‘bed memory’ installation by richard unterthiner and paolo ferrari

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