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It’s All Happening So Fast

A Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment
Exhibition, University of Toronto Art Centre, 3 May to 15 July

It’s All Happening So Fast is on tour at the University of Toronto Art Centre.

In an age of unprecedented human impact on the planet, certain countries stand out for their privileged positions and the complexity of their relationships with the land. Stories about Canada closely follow the discovery and appropriation of vast and varied natural resources as well as changing ideas of the proper relationship between people and their environment.

Presenting case studies from the last five decades of human intervention in the Canadian landscape, It’s All Happening So Fast explores Canadians’ often conflicted and conflicting views of what we call the “natural” environment.

The exhibition opening will take place on 3 May at 7pm.

Curated by Mirko Zardini.

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