Tickets $10 available on Eventbrite
Kick off Toronto’s design week at TO DO’s Festival Party! Join designers, architects, artists, craftspeople, and VIPs at a launch event that brings Toronto’s art and designer community together to celebrate design.
Mix and mingle in the LightForm showroom and warehouse, while enjoying, drinks, music, and a new installation created by Jordan Söderberg Mills. In the showroom, also experience Feelbot by Equal Parts Studio.
DJ Sigourney and DJ Joe Blow will be spinning throughout the evening. If you were at last year’s party, you know this means that there will be dancing!
*Due to venue capacity, ticket holders may not bypass the admission line. To ensure entry to the event, please arrive early. This is an all ages event. Please ensure to bring government issued ID for access. Cash bar.
About the installation by Jordan Söderberg Mills:
String Theory is an immersive installation that plays with ideas of quantum theory, differences between perceptual and objective realities, and reveals unseen dimensions of light and colour.
Jordan Söderberg is a visual artist working in installation, sculpture and design objects. He creates atmospheric works that carve light, give volume and dimension to the unseen, and play with the border between the physical and the digital.
Photo Credit: Jordan Söderberg Mills
About Feelbot by Equal Parts Studio:
In an effort to avoid the common misunderstandings in technology-enabled conversations, Feelbot conveys a message through emotion. Feelbot is an experiment that helps you add an emotional tone to your tweets.
Equal Parts Studio is a visual design studio in downtown Toronto that aims to design meaningful brand and digital experiences through exploration, experimentation, and collaboration.