Daily Migration by internationally-known artist, Shalak Attack, is a community-engaged public art project sharing stories of movement across urban spaces and nature, human relationships to the animal world, and the ties that connect us.
Project Type: Permanent Exhibit
Artist: Shalak Attack
Assisted by: Kseniya Tsoy and Edan Maxam
Daily Migration is a community based, participatory public art project that began in the summer of 2020 offering social connection through three unique yet interconnected programming threads: community engagement sessions, collaborative arts workshops, and an online exhibition featuring artwork and writings of workshop participants. Canadian-Chilean artist Shalak Attack, known for their distinctive murals, presents a visual journey of shared community stories about arrival, departure, home and longing. The project culminated in the creation of a 1,400 square foot mural in September 2021, transforming Wilson TTC Station into a vibrant cultural space enjoyed by 17,000+ daily visitors.
Walk towards the entrance and inside to see the amazing art in the tunnels!
Check out the Daily Migration Sizzle Reel!
Daily Migration was made possible with the support of StreetARToronto, a program by the City of Toronto, Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), Councillor James Pasternak, funding by the Government of Ontario, and Dulux Paints.