Rebecca Noone is an artist, a curator, and a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto.

She likes to think about the banal futilities and the muted hopes implicit in our everyday encounters and interactions with information, systems, and technologies. She has asked theoretical physicists how they cope with the mundane, compiled maps of hand-drawn directions collected from helpful passers-by, archived detritus in demolition-slated homes, built interactive library cataloguing systems, planned science fairs for adults, mailed the analogue internet, and bartered the periodic table of elements at art shows. She has contributed to spaces and exhibitions in Canada, the USA, and Europe such as The Luminary in St. Louis, MO; Nes Artist Residency in Skagaströnd, Iceland;The Elsewhere Living Museum in Greensboro, NC; The Wreck City Project in Calgary, AB; The Art of the Danforth Festival in Toronto, ON; Humboldt University, Berlin, GR; and the Long Winter Take Over at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

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