Dagie Brundert has left Canada after a month in Ontario and we owe you a post-Q&A (pre-Q&A here):
Asked "What I loved about Toronto/Canada was....", Dagie immediately listed...
"black squirrels, fat fearless racoons, friendly rocket-drivers, the streetcar 501, and the absence of public clocks!"
Thank you Dagie Brundert for guest photo blogging so enthusiastically over the past weeks and for participating in our Future of Mobility series while you were here. Dagie went out with a bang at Cinecycle last night, presenting a whole evening of old and brand-new work straight out of her Goethe-LIFT Residency, including her collaboration "Ambassadors of Coincidence" with local filmmakers (see photo).
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