Tara Flynn

Lighting The Way Out

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Beautiful, original projected artworks at Vancouver's Folk Fest

Video shot and edited by Tara Flynn

For the 2014 Vancouver Folk Festival, LocoMotoArt artists Rob Scharein, Sebnem Ozpeta, Mark Nazemi, Merlyn Chipman, Bobbi Kozinuk and Laura Lee Coles created a digital art landscape installation Lighting The Way Out. Festival patrons viewed the installation each night as they exited the 4th street entrance.

LocoMotoArt (LMA) is a group of multi-disciplinary artists, who revision urban natural space through an extensive practice of digital art. LocoMotoArt’s digital works are placed in outdoor natural settings such as parks, gardens, arboretums, urban forests, and beachheads by offering new ways of experiencing the urban landscape.

LocoMotoArt are part of the artist-studio-residency in parks program with the Vancouver Park Board at Aberthau Mansion – West Point Grey Community Centre. For more info on the artist residency and LocoMotoArt locomotoart.weebly.com & westpointgrey.org