Project GUNK is named for "junk" and for "gomi" a Japanese word for "dust" and "garbage." This exhibition explores and exposes our wasteful material culture by giving attention to the forgotten or dismissed. The artists aim to develop an alternative to Toronto's current "continuum" within the landscape of the city. Click here to view the Project GUNK video.
Reza Nik is a Toronto-based experimentalist with background in art history and architecture. He teaches at the university of Toronto's Faculty of Architecture and runs a small trans-disciplinary design practice.
Matthew Davis is a New York-based designer as well as an adjunct assistant professor at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation and the Parsons School of Design.