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Organized by Dr. Rebecca Caines
multiPLAY features artists from across Canada working in improvisation, sound, new media and performance. mulitPLAY is on exhibition at Dunlop Art Gallery, Sherwood Village Branch from April 1 – May 2, 2021.
Members of the public are also invited to meet artist Michael Waterman for a one-on-one online session live from his studio, where he will share the work with radio art. For information on these sessions, and on other partnered activities with Michael Waterman taking place throughout April and May, 2021, visit https://multiplay.ca/work/radio-rhizome/ and follow the links to register.
Photo: Ellen Waterman
Michael Waterman is an Ottawa-based multidisciplinary artist. He broadcasts weekly, live improvisations with his collaborative group Mannlicher Carcano. Waterman holds a M.F.A. from University of Guelph, and his sound art has been exhibited internationally.
Photo: John Campbell
John Campbell is Regina-based interdisciplinary artist and collaborator with a background in professional software architecture, network engineering and web integrations. Campbell holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) from Queen’s University Belfast. His work has been exhibited in Saskatchewan and internationally.
Holophon Audio Arts Inc (Regina) presents audio works by prairie sound artists in a virtual 3D space. All sounds are spatialized to work with contemporary VR/AR technology and explore a sense of place within an imagined sonic environment of the experimental sound art milieu. By working with these new presentation technologies, Holophon Audio Arts envisions a new way of hearing sound art from the past and present. Holophon Audio Arts is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts and multiPLAY and partnered with The University of Regina.
multiPLAY acknowledges funding from the Canada Council for the Arts, SK ARts, and the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation.