- Bugs DVD/VHS and Comics poster launch at Art Metropole, Sat. Oct 14, 2-5pm, Toronto
- King Edward VII Equestrian Statue Dumped in the Don River, Sundays Oct 29, Nov 5, & Nov 12 2017 for the Don River Valley Park
- New comics & accompanying interview in Vice
- Bugs out on DVD and VHS on Random Man Editions at Printed Matter & Desert Island (NYC), Ooga Booga (LA), and Art Metropole (Toronto).
coming soon ~ King Edward VII Equestrian Statue Dumped in the Don River ~ In Queen’s Park, Toronto, there is a 15-foot bronze sculpture of King Edward VII on a horse, first erected in colonial India in 1922. Following India’s independence in 1947, it was removed and placed in storage. Toronto politician and businessman Harry Jackman heard of its existence and paid for it to be moved to Toronto, citing his desire for a “great equestrian statue.” Despite protests from the public, Jackman and a group of wealthy Torontonians fundraised enough money to have the statue placed in Queen’s Park in 1969. The statue still bears the original colonial plaque stating that the statue of the British King is of “The Emperor of India.” This is a performance where we will dump a life-size replica of the sculpture in the Don River, used historically as a site for industrial waste, and it will float down the river on a weekly basis. For the Don River Valley Park, curated by Kari Cwynar.
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