Future Present at the Science Gallery, Detroit


Eutopia Textile Museum of Canada, curated by Farah Yusuf (Toronto, Canada)

Crystal Kings Blazing The Artist Project Front Entry Installation competition winners (Toronto, Canada)


Snoozeland Workman Arts Pop Up Gallery (Toronto, Canada)

Field Trip Project curated by Daisuke Takeya
Cambridge Galleries/Design at Riverside (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada)
Maritimes Museum of BC (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)


Field Trip Project curated by Daisuke Takeya
Embassy of Canada Gallery (Tokyo, Japan)
Tokyo Source preview room, Kofu Art Festival (Tokyo, Japan)
Hiyori Art Center (Ishinomaki, Japan)
Culture and Creative Center Osaka (Osaka, Japan)
Onagawa Temporary Housing (Onagawa, Japan)
Birdo Flugas (Shiogama, Japan)
Minamimachi Cadocco (Kesennuma, Japan)
Sagami Kazekko Children’s Outdoor Art Festival/Joshibi University Art Museum (Sagamihara, Japan)
Sakuradai Elementary School Museum (Sagamihara, Japan)
Maebashi Children’s Cultural Centre Seishin Kindergarten (Japan)
Enokojima Art (Osaka, Japan)

Onagawa Color and Light Festival (Onagawa, Japan)

Crystal Kings animations, hosted in the Ed Video Media Art Centre booth, Supermarket 2013, Stockholm Independent Art Fair (Stockholm, Sweden)

2013 - 2016

Cheerful Art for a Modern World solo show, Engagement Labs (Toronto, Canada)


Let's Glow solo show, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery (Canada)

Braveland part of WNDW group exhibition of street facing window galleries, curated by Mark Laliberte, Fine & Dandy Gallery (Toronto, Canada)


The Reef UpArt Contemporary Art Fair, Gladstone Hotel (Toronto, Canada)


Tandem Flight LA participatory video installation, Nuit Blanche, Gladstone Hotel (Toronto, Canada)


Love, Peace and Unity: Typical Robot Landscapes Harbourfront Centre (Toronto, Canada)

Selected Past Exhibitions

Night view of the installation with silhouetts of viewers in fron to fhe bright windows.

Braveland installation, Fine&Dandy, Toronto

By Magda | 11 May 2012

A pair of giant bravery medals made of cardboard, textiles, and emblazoned with the phrases “Forza” and “Bon Courage” float above a fantastical, geometric landscape. The medals are dedicated to the audience for all the many daily acts of courage.

Robot Landscapes installation

By Magda | 1 November 2011

Design Exchange at Harbourfront Centre 30 April to 4 July 2004 Toronto, Canada A digital illustration forms a vignette to a sewn fabric landscape that incorporates two small light powered robots and three decoys in a colour extravanza teeming with life. Imagine that the bubble encrusted robot is a nanobot, traveling through a life system, perhaps your own body. In the framing illustration these robots are tiny, a mere eighth of an inch wide circles … >> read more

Let's Glow exhibition photo

Let’s Glow solo show at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Canada

By Magda | 30 September 2011

….this multi-faceted installation seems like a luminous site of worship. – curator Crystal Mowry 18 January to 4 March 2012 Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery 101 Queen Street North, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada Let’s Glow presents the bombastic world of the Crystal Kings, beings of pure imagination and intention that have simply willed themselves into being the way crystal grows out of rock. This colourful allegory of willpower and creativity is presented as paintings, textile art, mural … >> read more

The Reef installation for UpArt, the Gladstone Contemporary Art Fair

By Magda | 30 September 2011

27 to 30 October 2011 upART Contemporary Art Fair Gladstone Hotel, 2nd Floor Gallery 1214 Queen Street West, Toronto, Canada The Reef = Polytopia + Geoms =  geometry + repetition + evolution + ecology = creation myth of a utopian state. The Reef is a textile art and painted paper sculptures installation in which a large three dimensional quilt, called Polytopia, forms a “coral” nursery for dozens of highly stylized “fish” that hang in front, … >> read more