Toronto artist Nina Levitt mixes media and messages in Little Breeze, a video/audio installation about the role lesser known female spies played during World War II. Levitt’s work will include video installation, vintage suitcases with built-in speakers, and a bathroom audio installation. Tonight, the artist and U of T prof gives a talk at the Doris McCarthy Gallery on the University of Toronto’s Scarborough Campus. For the public transit challenged, or the school bus enthusiast among ye, there’s a free shuttle that departs Richmond 401 at 6pm sharp. The show itself is at 7 pm. See the work here.