Arts visuels, Nouveaux médias — Excursion
Brad Bamford's paintings of layered and torn advertisements are presented on billboards and digital signs at several locations in the Exchange District. The paintings are both archaeological sites, full of fragments of information; as well as time capsules, capturing the interests, events and graphic design of the moment and culture they represent. This project questions and re-imagines the place of advertising in public spaces and the urban environment.
Cette activité est présentée en anglais.
Cette activité est accessible aux fauteuils roulants.
Mots clés: Photographie, Peinture, Extérieur, Contemporain
|ven 29 sep||Aucun événement planifié|
|sam 30 sep||18h00 à 4h00 (jour suivant)|
|dim 01 oct||Aucun événement planifié|
555 Main Street
Centennial Concert Hall
The project will be displayed on the digital marquee at the Centennial Concert Hall (555 Main Street); on the digital sign at the Entegra Credit Union Disraeli Branch (121 Disraeli Freeway); and on the Outfront Media billboards at the corner of Main Street and the Disraeli Freeway.
Brad Bamford is a Winnipeg visual artist who received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of Art at the University of Manitoba. His interest in travel and the urban environment have inspired a recent series of paintings depicting layered and torn advertising signage.