Mason Studio has had the opportunity to flex creative strength with the Toronto and Calgary-based aftermodern.lab. Working on multiple exhibitions with graphic design firm has progress to a complex understand of the inner working of a complementary design studio.

In October 2015, a collaborative exhibit design will be open to the public at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto. This exhibition surveys Warhol’s celebrity obsession and features his personal collection of Hollywood artifacts and memorabilia, as well as early artworks, film and video works, and photographs. Organized by The Andy Warhol Museum and presented in collaboration with TIFF, the curatorial team include Geralyn Huxley and Matthew Wrbican from The Andy Warhol Museum, with Jon Davies as Managing Curator for TIFF.

Past projects with aftermodern.lab include digiPlaySpace 2013, 2014, and 2015 with TIFF kids, while the next exhibition with digiPlaySpace is currently underworks and will be released in March 2016. This exhibition won the 2013 Ontario Museum Association Award for Excellence in Programs.

TIFF digiPlayspace 2013
TIFF digiPlayspace 2014