Primary Tones Beacon
Date and time
Little Brown Jug
Offered in English.
The Primary Tones Beacon shines brightly above the LBJ patio and streetscape of Hargrave Ave. Building off the concepts explored in the Illuminate the Night 'Primary Tones' installation, the beacon will be an interlocking abstracted display of translucent sheets of red, yellow, blue as a celebration and experiment of layered light and colour. The sculpture uses colour, material, texture and movement to create an ever changing sculptural experience both during the day and night.
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:
Nuit Blanche Winnipeg 2023 Join Culture Days Manitoba as we launch our free exploration of contemporary art: Nuit Blanche Winnipeg! September 23rd, 6pm-late we are hosting an exciting night of contemporary art installations, performance...