EQUΔLΔTERΔL is a Toronto based interdisciplinary collective focused primarily on interactive and participatory projects.
Founded in 2011 by Jacqui Arntfield, Emily DiCarlo and W.J. Wilson, EQUΔLΔTERΔL has produced and participated in numerous performances, exhibitions and screenings both locally and internationally. With a preference for exhibiting in non-traditional spaces EQUΔLΔTERΔL’s projects have been hosted at several Toronto music venues including The Opera House as part of Avrofest and The Rivoli as part of the Box Salon series. Their commissioned interventions have made appearances on TTC streetcars and in empty storefronts along the Danforth. In addition to these local projects, they have seen their video works screen in Budapest at both Raday Konyveshaz & Gallery and Ferencvarosi Gallery.
Last year, they undertook their largest project to date: curating one of three zones for the 21-day durational contemporary art exhibition Art of the Danforth 2012. Their zone Chemical Equations, spanned one block of the city and consisted of seven commissioned interdisciplinary public art projects.
Early this year, EQUΔLΔTERΔL attended Broken City Lab’s 1W3KND Writing Residency in Windsor and are currently participating in Labspace Studio’s four month Nomadic Noise Residency.