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multiPLAY

Description

This exhibition runs April 1 - May 2, 2021 at Dunlop Art Gallery (Sherwood Village Branch).

Additional Information

Curated by Wendy Peart, Curator of Education and Community Outreach

Organized by Dr. Rebecca Caines, multiPLAY features artists from across Canada working in improvisation, sound, new media and performance. Included is radio artist Michael Waterman’s experimental audio collage group “Mannlicher Carcano”, a video installation of archival recordings. John Campbell’s Recognition, is an installation that uses Artificial Intelligence to read human emotion and playfully control real-world objects.  multiPLAY artists also include Rebecca Caines, Holophon Audio Arts, James Harley, Helen Pridmore, and Michelle Stewart.


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.

multiPLAY acknowledges funding from the Canada Council for the Arts, SK Arts, and the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation.

When


2021, Apr 7 2021 - All day

Where


Dunlop Sherwood Gallery,

Interest


Current
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