Digital Screening - Pixels, Programming, and Pragmatism
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About the Event
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, artists everywhere are rethinking their practices. Live performance works are being translated for digital consumption. Ensemble projects have been reimagined for soloists. Collaborations are taking place over Zoom and in natural settings, rather than in the studio. The outcome has meant a sharp learning curve for professionals and the impact of this innovation will have a lasting effect on Art for all time. Join us for an evening of digital works created during lockdown.
Featuring the Following Works:
Plantasia: produced by T.M. Glass in collaboration with music producer Bob Ezrin
In This Body (excerpts): Fides Krucker (artistic producer/singer) with Jeremy Mimnagh (filmmaker) in collaboration with Peggy Baker & Laurence Lemieux (choreographer/performers). Featuring musicians Rob Clutton (bass), Tania Gill (piano), and Germaine Liu (percussion).
TomorrowLove™: by Rosamund Small. Performed by the 2020 graduating class of the Theatre Performance Program, Humber College. Faculty of Media and Creative Arts. Directed by Christopher Stanton, Assistant Director: Jordan M. Burns, Choreographer/Movement Director: Sharon B. Moore, Vocal Coach: Heather Hill, Original Design concept by: Michelle Tracey
Assistant Designer: Thadea Berezny
Trees: produced by T.M. Glass in collaboration with composer Alison Yun Fei-Jiang, Composer In Residence, National Art Centre Orchestra
Work and Image Credit: Freya Olafson