Photo: Chris Blanchette

Here are the Ryerson artists that were featured at Nuit Blanche

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By Annie Arnone and Serena Dhillon

Patchwork Village, live at David Crombie Park

The Esplanade & Princess St. housed Patchwork Village, live at David Crombie Park. Celebrating 40 years after the Esplanade’s site-plan approval, Jamii & CORPUS celebrates cultural differences through the Esplanade community.
Photos by Devin Jones


4d2 is a group of artists including Johnny Kalangis—a Ryerson Film production alumni as well as a current Communications student at Ryerson, Yaïza Décaudin. The group featured a large-scale exhibit, an interactive sculptural, architectural, film and textile and light installations outdoors.
Photos by Izabella Balcerzak

Stratatone, Nova SOMNIUM.

The [R]e[D]ux Lab, a group of digital designers,  along with Ryerson’s Department of Architectural Science, showcased their sound-distorting image project at 401 Richmond st. Student leaders for [R]e[D]ux Lab include Ryerson’s Brandon Bortoluzzi, Shiva Suresh Kumar, and Nivin Nabeel.
Photos by Chris Blanchette


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