Opening Saturday November 24 1-5 PM
127 Ossington Avenue
Pattern Theory is a mathematical and probabilistic formalism for analyzing structures generated by the world around us, with the goal of reconstructing the processes, objects and events that produced them. In pattern theory, the belief is that the world is complex, and to understand it, or part of it, one needs realistic representations of knowledge about it.
Pattern Theory brings together the work of Toronto artists, Adam David Brown, Kristiina Lahde, An Te Liu, Ken Nicol and Joy Walker with the work of New York artist Tom Koken, Hamilton artist Liss Platt and Toronto/Vancouver based collective Instant Coffee.
The exhibition continues until December 22.
Hours are Wednesday to Saturday from 12 to 6 PM or by appointment. For more information call 647- 435-7682.
Pattern Theory Review
"Pattern Theory" - by Gary Michael Dault, Border Crossings Issue #105 February 2008 (PDF file)