Location: Warehouse District, 1357 Cornwall St.
Ghost Stories is a projection mapping animation created with the input of community members of all ages who shared stories of mystery and ghosts in and around Regina. Created by Cat Bluemke, Jonathan Carroll, and Jennie Suddick.
Nuit Blanche Regina is a free, all-access night-time event in Regina's Warehouse District. More information found here: https://nuitblancheregina.ca/
Jennie Suddick is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Toronto, Canada. Her work has been exhibited in Canada, the U.S., Europe and Asia. Her work deals with issues of identity, place and meditated relationships to nature. She earned her MFA from York University and holds both a BFA and Advanced Visual Studies Certificate from OCAD University. Suddick has participated in numerous artist residencies and has recently been featured at The Art Gallery of York University (agYU), Harbourfront Centre and as part of Land|Slide: Possible Futures at The Markham Museum, and The Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture. She is currently Manager, International Projects & Partnerships at OCADU.
Cat Bluemke is an artist working primarily with video games, performance, and virtual and augmented reality, through which she explores the dichotomy of work and play in contemporary culture. Her projects have received support from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Toronto Arts Council, and the Saskatchewan Arts Board. Her work has been exhibited internationally at institutions such as the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, Kunsternes Hus (Norway), and the New Museum (NY) through Rhizome. She currently lives and works in Treaty 4 Territory for the MacKenzie Art Gallery as their Digital Operations Coordinator.
Jonathan Carroll is an Augmented-, Virtual-, and Mixed Reality artist and developer creating games and software. With a foundation in performance art, his practice evolved from creating applications to facilitate audience-performer interaction to focus on building engaging interactive experiences for mobile, desktop, and headset platforms. His projects explore concepts of power present in the fields of art and technology, emphasizing opportunities to hack existing hierarchies. His work has been shown at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and through Rhizome in partnership with the New Museum.