Life Cycles was a gallery show about bicycles and the people who ride them. Like Toronto, the culture of cycling is inclusive and holds no discrimination between race, social status, colour or age. The exhibit shone a light to the power, vibrancy and passion for bicycles here at home in Toronto, and all over the world.

Built from submissions of user-generated content related to cycling, Bike Life reveals the universal emotions & values of cycling around the world. The making of Bike Life is as important as the film itself as it illustrates the openness of artists to share their passion for bikes as the film was created from a global call to artists searching for biking related video submissions.

Contributors: Alex + Cosmin Serban (Romania), Chris Bourke (Austin), Chelsea Roisum (Taiwan), Dean Saffron (Australia), Guillaume Blanchet (Montréal), Josh Gieni/ Martin Amiot (Montréal), Kristy Vodarek (Aurora), Mohamad Adura (Malaysia), Steve Carty (Toronto) Tim Sessler/Scott Patten (Washington) Edited by Cory Vanderploeg (Hermann & Audrey)

  • Date: June 6-9, 2013
  • Client: Life Cycles: A Gallery Show about Bicycles and the people who ride them
  • Filed under: Art & Brand, Exhibition & Festivals, Motion
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