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LAND|SLIDE Artist Talks

Mar 19, 2014, 3:30pm-5pm

Sensorium, Centre for Digital Arts and Technology Research presents a series of public talks by artists featured in the massive public art exhibition LAND|SLIDE: Possible Futures, curated by Professor Janine Marchessault, director of Sensorium.

Thirty-five artists were commissioned to reimagine the historical and ecological fabric of the City of Markham, Ontario, once a small agricultural village and now a fast-growing, ethnically diverse urban centre bordering Toronto. The artists were asked to explore themes of multiculturalism, sustainability and community in their work.

LAND|SLIDE was held at the Markham Museum in Markham (September 21-October 14, 2013) and the Canadian Pavilion at the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture - Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China (December 14, 2013-February 28, 2014).

In the third of three public talks, the following artists will present and discuss their creative experiments developed for LAND|SLIDE:

Phil Hoffman - filmmaker and professor of production, Department of  Film, York University

David Han - film, video and digital media artist

Deirdre Logue - film, video and installation artist

Jennie Suddick - multidisciplinary artist

Admission is free | Map & directions



Image: Deirdre Logue, Euphoria's Hiccups (2013) video, multi-media installation and landscaping for Land|slide. Photo: Will Pemulis

For more information about LAND|SLIDE, visit the project website: LAND|SLIDE: Possible Futures

News stories:

Land|Slide: Possible Futures - 3 weeks, 30+ artists, a landscape in transition - Sept. 2013

Digital arts researcher takes Land|Slide exhibit to China - Jan. 2014


Location:Future Cinema/AR Lab, 303 Joan & Martin Goldfarb Centre for Fine Arts, York University, 4700 Keele
Sponsor:Sensorium, Faculty of Fine Arts
Web Sitehttp://www.landslide-possiblefutures.com/
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