SUMMONING (NO WORDS) exhibition open late for Blue NightNelson, British Columbia
New/Digital Media , Visual Arts — Behind-the-scenes
Summoning (No Words), an interactive sound installation built from the female voice, is taking up residence at Oxygen Art Centre this month. The project is made up of original sung compositions contributed by a seven-member team of award winning Canadian female vocalists and composers. Local singers Allison Girvan and Bessie Wapp are among the singers that have contributed.
An interactive experience, participants will move through gallery and their movement will stimulate the women’s voices. Other contributors include Tanya Tagaq, Vandana Vishwas, Sandy Scofield, Andrea Menard and Mutya Macatumpag. Original spoken audio has been contributed by community members. The project, conceived and designed by Nicola Harwood, is a response to violence against women.
This is the final weekend for this exhibition!
This activity requires pre-registration. Please sign-up at No.
This activity is in English.
This activity is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Contemporary, All Ages, sound installlation
|Fri 29 Sep||
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
|Sat 30 Sep||1:00 PM to 5:00 PM|
|Sun 01 Oct||No events scheduled.|
3 - 320 Vernon Street
Nelson, British Columbia
Enter from the back alley
Oxygen Art Centre
Oxygen Art Centre is a multidisciplinary artist-run centre that works to stimulate the creation, exhibition, dissemination, performance and discussion of contemporary visual art, writing, film and performance. The centre also works to stimulate rural cultural development and professional practices in rural artists; to engage in community development through art-based special projects and to achieve diversity in all programming. More info: www.oxygenartcentre.org
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