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Bean Bag Chairs Featured at Toronto Event

Posted by Administrator on 3/23/2011 to Articles

Attendees to a Toronto museum exhibition can sit on bean bag chairs as they take in the view of the all the works. Varsity student writer Emily Kellogg got a chance to experience sitting on her own bean bag during a trip to see the Ron Terada: Who I Think I Am exhibit at Toronto’s Justin M. Barnicke Gallery.

Ms. Kellogg describes the Vancouver artist’s showcase as a “baffling signage”, and states that the mixed media exhibition incorporated black canvases and video installations inscribed with white text. Ms. Kellogg enjoyed being able to sit down while enjoying watching the projection of a spinning vinyl record and found her bean bag chair as “moderately comfortable” enough to make her nearly forget she was in an art gallery.

The fusion of bean bag chairs and culture will continue, as noted by New Zealand publication, The Aucklander. According to the Aucklander, filmgoers are encouraged to bring bean bag chairs to Mount Eden’s Tahaki Reserve when it launches its open-air movie season on February 9th.

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