The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) has announced its Fall programming, featuring HOUSE OF CARD, a major exhibition of works by internationally acclaimed German sculptor and photographer, Thomas Demand.
HOUSE OF CARD refers to the precariousness of Demand’s practice as a builder. He is well-known for large-scale photographs of three-dimensional models that replicate notorious, media-worthy or familiar scenes, which he creates from paper and cardboard.
HOUSE OF CARD at MOCA features a selection of these ‘recreations,’ as well as placing emphasis on Demand’s exploration into architecture, model making and collaborative processes. The exhibition highlights the similarities between Demand’s projects and those by other influential artists, architects and designers.
MOCA is also presenting a major public art programme from October 2022 to September 2023. Seeing the Invisible, an interactive exhibition featuring augmented reality art works, will be exhibited at MOCA and in Sorauren Park and High Park, in collaboration with the City of Toronto and Toronto Parks Forestry and Recreation.