The Imperative Divide
An Exhibition by the Institute without Boundaries
The IwB is partaking in the Toronto Design Offsite Festival (TO DO) 2015!
The Institute without Boundaries presents “The Imperative Divide” an exhibition at the School of Design for the TO DO 2015 Festival. The IwB student will be showcasing their work on the Connecting Divided Places project. In this exhibit they explore the causes, outcomes, and necessities of divide that enable societies to exist.
The Imperative Divide will be running from January 19 – 24.
Join us for the Opening Night Party on Wednesday, January 21st
Location: School of Design, George Brown College – 230 Richmond Street East, Front Gallery
Time: 6:00 – 9:00pm
Admission is free & open to the public
Please RSVP here
Read More about this exhibition below:
“What is rational is actual; and what is actual is rational.” G.W.F. Hegel
Is division negative? Alienation, injustice, oppression, these are only a few of the consequences of a divided world. It would be immoral to deny that division has had destructive effects on society. Why are we unable to to eradicate this wicked problem? Is there another side of division that we often neglect?
The Imperative Divide rejects the notion of division as right or wrong. The exhibition aims to explore division through the nature of causation, to reveal its imperative role in society’s progress.