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Nuit Blanche 2014 is back this year in Toronto held on Saturday, October 4 from 6:53 pm to sunrise. The free all-night contemporary art event is now on its ninth year in Toronto and was originally conceived in Paris in 2002. Toronto’s Nuit Blanche was the first North American city to replicate the Paris model which has inspired similar celebrations in San Francisco, New York, Miami and Chicago. The international network has expanded across the globe and the events are held in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Brussels, Florence, Melbourne, Montreal, and Kyoto, among other cities.

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Setting up “The Garden of Renova”

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“Project Reach: The Good Hands of Charity”

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“Gap Ecology (Still Lives with Cherry Pickers and Palms)”

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“Amaze”

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A labyrinth of light and sound

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“Coalesce” using recycled materials sourced from H&M’s Garment Collecting Initiative

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“Manifesto”

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“Global Rainbow” public light sculpture from Chinatown to the CN Tower

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“Walk among Worlds”

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Composed of 7,000 beach balls, each representing one million of the inhabitants of the planet

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“By Means of a Sigh” interactive installation

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“The problem of beauty” video installation

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“Made in China” using garments donated by the local community

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