Digital & new media
Inspired by the revolutions of the sun and the moon, Cycle is an interactive installation that illuminates your open space. Composed of a series of modules allowing various configurations, and equipped with several light animation sequences, Cycle delights with its variations in intensity and colour. Diffusing brightness from its core, it evokes the halo effect of an eclipse. The light and sound of Cycle comes to life at the rhythm of bystanders’ interactions. By moving to the beat of the ambient music, the young and the young at heart transmit their energy to Cycle, transforming it into a larger-than-life musical sequencer. Sep 28 – Oct 6, 2019 Follow for more details: @wac_publicart @winnipegartscouncil #WACpublicart @nbwpg #nbwpg @gocreos #sergemaheu #Illuminart
This event is free.
Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27
Sat 6:0 PM to Sun 12:0 AM
Winnipeg Arts Council & Nuit Blanche Winnipeg
Created by Serge Maheu. Trained as a computer engineer, Serge Maheu has followed a more creative path that led him into arts and, therefore, to become a multimedia director. By bringing together his experience in film, animation, photography, sound & music, computer programming, mathematics, interactivity, electronics and design, Maheu’s practice is cross-disciplinary. An avid-lover of straight and obliques lines, squares, pixels and concrète, minimalist and repetetitive music. He is interested in creating innovative art based on a certain digital poetry while pursuing the relation of mankind with the digital world. He’s open to fresh ideas, collaborations and new art (or non-art) explorations. He also enjoys the maple syrup that he produces with his father every spring, but that’s another story.
This event is part of a hub:
Nuit Blanche Winnipeg Winnipeg, MB
Nuit Blanche Winnipeg is a free all-night exploration and celebration of contemporary art that takes place on the Saturday of the Culture Days weekend from dusk to dawn, produced by Culture Days Manitoba and the Winnipeg Arts Council. The e...
Between Bannatyne Avenue and King Street
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