2011. As part of "The Fuel of Life: Energy in the 21st Century." Touring exhibit presented by PhotoSensitive and the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association. Exhibited at Brookfield Place, Toronto, November-December 2011.
2010-2011. As part of "TRASHFOODFUELWATERAIR." Presented by Circuit Gallery and Alphabet City. Toronto Free Gallery.
2008. "Water Underground." Presented by Human River and Coach House Books. Blue Barracks, Fort York. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. *
(* denotes solo show)
2010, with Andrew Emond. Elevator Alley: The working landscape of Buffalo's First Ward (Furnace Press).
2009. "In the Tunnels of the Ontario Generating Station." in John Knechtel (ed.) Water (Alphabet City #14) (MIT Press).
2009, 2007. Photographs and interview, in Geoff Manaugh. The BLDGBLOG Book (Chronicle Books) and at bldgblog.blogspot.com.
2008. "Water Underground: Exploring Toronto's sewers and drains." in Wayne Reeves and Christina Palassio (eds.) HTO: Toronto's Water from Lake Iroquois to Lost Rivers to Low-Flow Toilets (Coach House Books).
Photographs by Michael Cook have been featured in Domus Magazine, The Toronto Star, Hamilton Spectator, Maclean's Magazine, Canadian Business, Daily Commercial News, Geist Magazine and New Centennial Review.
Michael Cook is available to speak to your organization about infrastructure history, lost creeks, current conditions, and opportunities for change in our management of and communication about urban watersheds, and to work with teams proposing or implementing such change. Get in touch.