WHO: Amanda Ramos, Field Office exhibition designer (www.field-office.org)
WHERE: 401 Richmond West, home of the opening party for the Images Festival Of Independent Film And Video's Source media art exhibition, April 11.
WHEN: Friday, 9 am
CLOTHING: "My work clothes include a pair of heavy cotton coveralls in designer black, specially ordered from Marks Work Wearhouse (www.marks.com) for $45. The knee pads for the Dunderdon (www.dunderdon.com) pants with the PocSystem (founded and developed by a carpenter) were about $100 at Studio Deluxe (793 Queen West, 416-603-3704). These grey high-top Adidas (about 30 Euros) are from a second-hand store in Berlin called Paul's Boutique. My waterproof red Ortlieb messenger bag (about 80 Euros) is from a cycle shop in Amsterdam, and the camouflage box BACKPACK 0001 is a limited-edition piece of equipment ($70) by Arkitip (www.arkitip.com) that I bought at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City. Lithium Manufacturing Co. makes this white jacket (approximately $60), and my fluorescent-orange earrings were a free gift from Pink Cobra (www.pinkcobra.com). My white Tyvek bracelets (you can get 1,000 for about $100) with custom-printed exhibition graphics are from last year's Field Office project."
HAIR: "Tricia and Isabelle do it at Vidal Sassoon (37 Avenue Road, 416-920-1333)."
STYLE: "All work, no play."
INTO: "New mediatizing, a verb meaning looking at all the artworks in this year's Source exhibition as if they are new media. Festivalizing applying the programming and graphic design strategies of a festival to an exhibition."