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VIDEO: Toronto Street Art: ‘First Timeline’ by Philip Cote, Kwest & Jarus

short doc inspired by Heinz Emigholz

Inspired by the architectural documentaries of Heinz Emigholz, this is a short meditative documentary showcasing ‘First Timeline’ by Philip Cote, Kwest, Jarus, a street art project located underneath a subway/metro/light rail bridge over the Humber River in West Toronto.


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1 comment on “VIDEO: Toronto Street Art: ‘First Timeline’ by Philip Cote, Kwest & Jarus

  1. artculturetourism

    Love it! Thank you for sharing Scott. We’d love to read and see more about your Toronto street art and how we can collaborate with our Beeston Street Art and your writings about the arts, culture, tourism’. Building ‘cultural bridges’ between Beeston/Nottingham/UK – Toronto/Canada.

    Also I wish to connect you with our ACT friends in Italy & London regarding DH Lawrence – int’l symposium and current filming (Sardinia) this year re his 3 Italy books. See http://island2islandart.com/ – contact Rita Carta-Manias, London based. Many thanks, Marysia.

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