LocoMotoArt Open Studio EventVancouver, British Columbia
New/Digital Media — Behind-the-scenes
Vancouver artists Dave Leith, Rob Scharein, Merlyn Chipman and Laura Lee Coles of LocoMotoArt, invite the public to visit their digital media studio on Friday September 28 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. on the third floor of Aberthau Mansion, West Point Grey Community Centre. Visitors will enjoy a variety of interactive sound and visual installations and experience meditative ambient sound and video works, including the enhanced digital kaleidoscope Moments of Happiness. Merlyn Chipman will demonstrate Weaving With Light where participants can create a digital pattern through movement. Dave Leith will present photographs from his series Going One Way. Laura Lee Coles will also show photographs taken in and around Jericho Park. The series are Urban Caution and Jericho Trees.
This event is in English.
This event is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Photography, Interactive, immersive, installations, 3-D
|Fri 28 Sep||1:00 PM to 4:00 PM|
|Sat 29 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sun 30 Sep||No events scheduled.|
In case of rain:
Rain or shine
4397 West 2nd Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia
Travel 4th Avenue West, toward UBC and turn right on NW Marine Drive and Left on West 2nd. There is ample free parking at the lot next to the Tudor style mansion . Transit stop requires a short walk down to West 2nd down NW Marine and left on W. 2nd a short distance on the right. Please enter the lobby and come upstairs to the second floor, turn left and follow signs to the door for entry upstairs.
- Laura Lee Coles from Jericho Trees series
- Computer Capture Moments of Happiness
- Dave Leith, Kits Pool from Going One Way
Laura Lee Coles
LocoMotoArt formed in 2009, in Vancouver and is comprised of professional media artists who currently hold an artist in residency with Vancouver Park Board Arts, Culture and Engagement at Aberthau Mansion (2013-2018). LocoMotoArt’s digital works are placed in outdoor natural settings such as parks, gardens, arboretums, urban forests, and beachheads. Through this explorative and emerging practice, digital eco-art, they offer socially interactive outdoor digital art events and workshops offering audiences new ways of experiencing the landscape.
Laura Lee Coles