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Curated by Prachi Khandekar, Flight Mode questions the effects of the departure of solitude from our schedules. It presents two lo-fi spaces that make way for an altered perspective, the most minimum-viable environments to snap us out of our intricate web of connections. Vying for intention and not merely attention, this project seeks to generate engagement for a seemingly unproductive end: unplugging and reveling in the solitary experience.
Funded by Ontario Arts Council and supported by Waterfront Toronto.
Prachi Khandekar is a writer and designer. Her work often takes the form of exhibitions and narrative environments that invite reflection on the culture we are enmeshed in. In particular, she’s interested in offering environments of critique within the prevailing experience-based economy.
She holds a B.A. in Architecture from the University of Toronto and an M.A. in Design Writing Criticism from the University of the Arts, London. Notable exhibitions she has produced as an independent curator are STUFF: The Culture of Obsolescence and BT Heritage: Seeing Voices. Prachi has also designed several exhibitions and storytelling projects for the Paul H. Cocker Gallery and FCAD at Ryerson University.