In The Media Tent
Exploring LAND through multimedia art at Digital Carnival 2017
Richmond World Festival might appear, at first, an odd venue for a carefully considered exhibition of new multimedia art. On the sunny Labour Day long weekend, the outdoor track and field of Minoru Park is unrecognisable. Young families mill around happily with big bags of kettlecorn; rowdy teenagers dash between vendors, enjoying the last weekend […]
Bathed in Blue Light, Banging Steam
A glimpse at the performances of Improvised Resolutions @ Gold Saucer
Photo and video documentation by Ash Tanasiychuk A friendly introduction, A gong, Bass & violin, Guitar, pedals, Lash out noise dance Improvised Resolutions, a night of improvised music at the Gold Saucer. Code of Silence, featuring Kıvanç Tatar on trumpet and electronics, Victor Zappi on D-Box (hackable musical instrument), Matthew Ariaratnam on prepared guitar and […]
LAUNCH Festival Continues to Celebrate Vancouver’s Emerging Professional Artists
In its second year, LAUNCH reveals 10 new artists & acts, from dance and music to film and performance
Photos by Ash Tanasiychuk LAUNCH Festival! is an interdisciplinary performance & mentorship showcase of Vancouver’s professional emerging artists. 2014 was the Festival’s second year. Presented by 149 Arts Society, which “dedicates itself to arts programming that is provocative in nature, and that serves to engage, challenge and inform.” The society’s name is “inspired by Woodward’s […]
Do Your Actions Make Me Who I Am?
A review of FurryN@vel’s "We’ll Need A Piece of Cake Before We Die"
Written by Kaylin Metchie Photos provided by the artists Let’s go on a journey. Close your eyes for a moment and think deeply about who you are. Which events in your past do you attribute to making up your character? The school you studied at? The jobs that have hired you? The lovers and the […]