DOC NOW Fesival: Consumption Overload - Michael Kim


Consumption Overload is a photo project which addresses human impact on the environment. Comprising a body of large-scale photomontages, projections and a photographic book, assembled from downloaded photographs from the Internet, it presents a range of problems that we face today including air pollution, climate change, deforestation and nuclear disasters. These multi-layered photomontages explore the altered landscapes and ecosystems that we inhabit and which we have manipulated for our needs.

Opening Reception: June 7th, 3-6pm 
Beaver Hall Gallery
29 McCaul St, Toronto

May 31st - June 15th
Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri 12-4, Sat-Sun 12-5

The DOC NOW Festival celebrates the work of established and emerging documentary practitioners from Ryerson University’s Master of Fine Arts program in Documentary Media. Established in 2007, Ryerson’s Documentary Media program is the only MFA degree program in Canada dedicated to developing tomorrow’s documentary filmmakers and visual artists.


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