Feb. 23rd-26th, 2017 – Honest Ed’s

Installation of the visual music piece Starscape (Toronto Edition). Included as part of aMAZEment: Immersive Art Maze during An Honest Farewell: The First, Last & Only Farewell To Honest Ed’s.

“I am fascinated by the visual transformation of the city from day to night. During the day, specific and identifiable forms (buildings, trees, roads, etc.) combined with the hustle and bustle of the city can become visually chaotic, but at night everything distills into twinkling lights in the darkness; by reducing all of the various Toronto neighbourhoods into this abstract entity, their commonality and interconnected nature becomes much more apparent. Much like the stars in our universe, these lights may be big or small, close or far, bright or dim, yet they all have their rightful place in the vast space of our city.”

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Apr. 14th, 2016 – The Drake Hotel

Opening reception for Drake TV: Spring 2016 Programme.

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Video pieces by Toronto artists will be compiled onto a reel that will be screened throughout The Drake Hotel during the spring season. Four pieces (visuals only) were selected for inclusion in this programme: First and Last, Venture, Revolution, and Messages (Parts 1-6).

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Dec. 12th, 2015 – The Great Hall

Visual projections as part of Long Winter 4.2.

Board Meeting is a compilation of footage captured at Times Square in New York City. Various pieces will be projected in different parts of the basement throughout the evening.”

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Pieces were projected onto the ceiling during performances by Great Death and New Chance, onto The Bicycles for their intermission sets during the talk show Long Night with Vish Khanna, onto the stage area for Nailbiter’s performance, and as background visuals in between acts.

Nov. 14th, 2014 – The Great Hall

A visual projection installation piece as part of Long Winter 3.1.

Robot, a music video piece originally conceptualized for Spots, has been extended and recut for presentation as a silent film; detached from its usual aural component and projected in a hallway, Silent Robot exists alongside the sound and music coming from the adjacent rooms throughout the evening.”

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