May 21, 2020

Memory Palace X CBC

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CBC Arts interviewed our founder and creative producer Victoria Wang about Memory Palace’s origins, making art during a pandemic, and our latest digital pieces for Art Apart.

Click here to read the article.

May 6, 2020

Memory Palace X Art Apart

Memory Palace is excited to present four digital pieces of art created in a time of social distancing to explore the possibility and limits of transcending physical space and time, entering into someone else’s memory, and uncovering one of your own. This capsule collection of visual and audio works received financial support from the National Theatre School of Canada’s Art Apart program to support emerging artists during COVID-19.

Click here to view the latest collection of works.

May 2, 2020

Memory Palace X Long Winter

November 2019

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Memory Palace will be presenting a new, immersive installation at Long Winter’s first event of it’s eighth season.

Date: Friday November 22, 2019
Location: Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave.
Time: 7pm-2am
Tickets: PWYC. Advance tickets can be bought here

For the first time, Memory Palace’s installation will feature performance activations and experimentations by collaborators Rose Tuong, Morgan St. Onge, William Ellis and Fan Wu.

Other artists/acts at the event: R. Flex, Pretty Matty, Raf Reza, ZOE, Leucrocuta, Roach, Scorpio Rising, Quezal, Annacetaminophen, Relly, Aaron Dolman, Minjia, Memory Palace Project, Trevor Dunseith, Dequan Clarke, sonny bean, Deus Sex Machina, Long Night with Vish Khanna,

About Long Winter
Long Winter is Toronto’s essential all­-ages, pay-what-you-can inter-­arts series that takes place throughout the winter months. Featuring over 200 local artists/collectives and welcoming 5,000+ participants per season, Long Winter animates multiple rooms on multiple floors, transforming spaces into immersive, collaborative environments. Featured work includes performance art, theatre and dance, large-­scale sculptural installations, projections (single and dual screen videos, still images), visual installations (print, painting, photography collage) and interactive presentations including original video games by local programmers. Initially housed at the Great Hall on Queen Street West, Long Winter has a proven track record programming consistently sold-out shows at venues ranging from the Gladstone Hotel, to the Hearn Generating Station (Luminato), to the Galleria Mall. We are passionate about integrating diverse artistic communities and culture; gathering some of the most exciting, cutting-edge local talent under one roof.

Memory Palace Returns to Toronto Fringe Festival’s Postscript Patio

July 2019

Memory Palace is back with a new installation/activation at Postscript, Toronto’s largest pop-up patio at Scadding Court, hosted by the Toronto Fringe Festival.

Visitors can revisit the memory orbs made by the public at last year’s installation as well as add their own memories to the piece with the materials provided. Colourful threads allow the public to tie connections between different memories, creating an evolving sculpture.


Date: July 3-16, 2019
Location: Postscript Patio at Scadding Court, 707 Dundas West
Fringe Patio Hours:  12pm-3am

Memory Palace Project’s New Installation up at Assembly Theatre

May 27, 2019

Memory Palace Project’s latest installation is currently on view at the Assembly Theatre in Parkdale. We are thrilled to be in the company of other artists, theatre and creative work in one of Toronto’s few remaining indie theatre spaces.

IMG_20190503_135501_706 The hanging sculpture invites the public to touch and move through the memories about childhood, relationships, loss,  music/sounds, and adventure. As viewers read and contemplate strangers’ memories, they are also invited to participate in the installation by adding their own memory with the materials provided.IMG_20190523_150444_153 IMG_20190527_142827_943

Dates: May 28-June 1, 2019
Admission Times: 7-10pm
Location: Assembly Theatre, 1479 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6R 1A1

memory palace Exhibits its First Installation at the Toronto Fringe Festival


memory palace is thrilled to be presenting our first installation piece at the Toronto Fringe Festival (July 4-15) as part of their Post Script series of free events and activities at the Fringe Patio.

The current memory objects in our online collection have been transformed into physical form (hint: baubles!) and will be on display to the public in an outdoor installation in Scadding Court.

Members of the public can also actively participate in the installation by making their own memory object to add to the piece.  Invite your family and friends to join the project and look out for the participation table with instructions. Oh and did we mention it’s all free?

Date: July 4-15

Location: Fringe Patio (Scadding Court Community Centre, 707 Dundas West). Look for us outside on the East side of the hockey rink

Fringe Patio Hours:  You can visit the installation any time during the festival but if you would like to participate in the piece or check out the other (also free) Patio events, they are open Mon-Fri 5pm-2am, Sat-Sun 12pm-2am