Dancers In The DarkWinnipeg, Manitoba
Dance, New/Digital Media — Collective Creation, Behind-the-scenes
Dancers in The Dark is a collaborative project developed by Matt Smith and in conjunction with YoungLungs Dance Exchange and the WAG. YLDE will perform movement, captured on video, that will be transcoded into a laser show and triggered by music on the wall of the Winnipeg Art Gallery during Nuit Blanche 2017.
Sept.26-27, Matt will conduct a workshop at Video Pool Media Arts Centre on 'Creative Interfacing with Lasers' where participants will create a collaborative laser artwork that will show in Eckhardt Hall at the WAG. Please see: http://www.videopool.org/lasers-with-matt-smith/ for more workshop information.
THANKS TO THE WINNIPEG FOUNDATION for supporting this project and WINNIPEG ART GALLERY / YOUNGLUNGS DANCE EXCHANGE for collaborating with us.
This activity is in English.
This activity is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Outdoors, Family Friendly, Contemporary, Animation, All Ages, New Media, Electronic Art, Projection, Media Art, Technology, DIY, Participatory,
|Fri 29 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 30 Sep||9:00 PM to 3:00 AM (next day)|
|Sun 01 Oct||No events scheduled.|
In case of rain:
Dancers In The Dark will still be visible.
300 Memorial Boulevard
Winnipeg Art Gallery
Workshop will be held at Video Pool Media Arts Centre, 300-100 Arthur Street - Sept 26/27, 2017. Event will take place at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (inside and outside).
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Video Pool Media Arts Centre // Poolside Gallery
Poolside Gallery is Winnipeg's only media art gallery and is a part of the Video Pool Media Arts Centre.Video Pool supports artists in the creation, exhibition, development and preservation of independent media art projects and related practices. As Manitoba’s only artist-run centre dedicated to experimental practices in technology-based art, VP fosters creative innovation with artists by supporting explorations in sound, video, electronics, and other creative technologies, while developing an appreciation and understanding of new media art forms.
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