Friday Night Teens


Admission by donation, courtesy of BMO Financial Group.

Related exhibition: Susan Hiller: Altered States

An evening of activities for teens inspired by Susan Hiller: Altered States. Through Surrealist games, creative writing, automatic drawing and storytelling, participants will have the opportunity to reflect upon the exhibition themes such as the occult, transmissions and dream states, and how technology and language mediate our perceptions of the world.

Please bring a notebook and pen or pencil. Refreshments and all other materials will be provided. Registration is limited.

For more information or to sign up, email n.lamb@thepolygon.ca!

Image: Susan Hiller, Resounding (Infrared), 2013 (installation view), single projection video installation with sound, © Susan Hiller; courtesy Lisson Gallery, photo: Amy Romer, 2018

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