Visualizing Absence at Tangled Art and Disability: Message from Tara Mazurk, Curator, Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre at Humber College

I am pleased to share the following message from Tara Mazurk, Curator, Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre

Hey All,

I’m happy to share that Visualizing Absence, originally exhibited at Humber’s L Space Gallery in May, is remounting with Tangled Art + Disability from October 3rd to December 3rd at 401 Richmond in Toronto. See more information below and please pass along to your networks, friends, and colleagues.

In compliance with municipal by-laws, exterior stairways (structure seen in middle of photo) were added to several of the heritage buildings at the Lakeshore Hospital Grounds, which now serve as buildings for the Humber lakeshore campus. Jaan Pill photo

This exhibition explores the former Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital, which is now home to Humber Lakeshore and many other community organizations. Humber is working on building the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre; a heritage space related to the natural and built history of these grounds. The content in Visualizing Absence is directly related to our work and raises critical questions about the patients of the former hospital.

I hope you’ll be able to get out and see it for its second run!

Thanks and best wishes,


Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre
416-675-6622 x.4451






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