March 13 – April 11, 2021
Luminosity is a COVID-safe outdoor art exhibition which supports the local business and artist community.
Installations will be installed across 3km of Queen Street, from Coxwell Avenue to Neville Park, allowing for visitors to explore the neighbourhood, in a socially distanced and safe way.
The installations will transform familiar spaces into unique works of urban art and will welcome Torontonians to explore their city. They will allow visitors to experience the warmth of the light, through artist interpretation, and act as a ‘light at the end of the tunnel’, following a difficult winter with COVID-19.
Luminosity features 8 diverse light art installations along Queen Street East and will be lit until midnight every night.
The installations are:
1/ 88 Keys of Light by Kristyn Waterworth and Edward Platero
2/ Chee-Win by Jungle Ling
3/ Headlights by Collective Memory
4/ Light Tree by the Opus Art Projects Group
5/ Sugar Mountain by Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky
6/ Beacon Silo by Christ Foster
7/ Out From Under the Shadows by Bryan Faubert
8/ Share the Love by Thelia Sanders Shelton
Headlights by Collective Memory, Image courtesy of Beach Metro