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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.
Date and time
Western Paint parking lot
521 Hargrave Street
Directions: Western Paint is located behind Little Brown Jug on Hargrave Steet.
Offered in English.
Primary Tones is a multi-sensorial installation which challenges the idea of perception and spatial connectivity through a symbiotic association of colour and sound. Much like music, colour has the power to evoke emotions and conjure unique memories. As kids we are taught that primary colours (red, yellow and blue) are the building blocks of our visual world, so they have been chosen as the starting place for this process. Each of these individual colours will be used to create their own portion of the installation through coloured illuminations. Additionally, three local sound artists/musicians will each respond to one of the colours by creating a separate audio track uniquely inspired by the chosen hue. These 3 unique audio creations will then be further metabolized into a visual and spatial installation focused around light and spatial typologies. These collaborative outputs culminate in an installation with 3 unique audio, visual and organizational experiences resulting in what we are defining as ‘tones’.
The organizer's of this event are Francis Lustestica, Marina Jansen, Danton Derksen and Alexandra Chem. Francis is a visual artist who immigrated from the Philippines. Their mediums are drawing and photography. Marina Jansen works in the architecture industry by day and schemes of collective living structures and small appliance libraries by night. Her multidisciplinary work is heavily based in processes of making collaboration and dreaming to imagine alternative uses and communities within existing rural and urban contexts. Danton Derksen is a designer and project manager in the architecture industry and is currently pursuing his Master of Architecture. His research area of interest lies in uncovering the hidden/forgotten/repressed histories of marginalized people, specifically those of the queer community. And lastly Alexandra Chem works in the film and television industry as an Art Director. She enjoys designing experiences, telling stories, and creating meaningful work.
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This event is part of a hub:
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