A live performance by Tasman Richardson
Presented with Sled Island Visual Art
Location and Time: TBA
A live dual projection performance using manually warped time markers in addition to regular cuts, it induces a sensation of doubt and deception, through manipulations in temporal continuity. Sources evolve from mirror reflections in cinema to recording errors in VHS, to complete signal failure and pulsing erratic noise, each layer rending the veils of simulation.
An installation by Sandra Vida
Exhibition: May 19 – June 18, 2016 @ 12-6PM (Closed on May 21, Sundays and Mondays)
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 19, 2016 @ 7-10PM
Artist Talk: Saturday, May 28, 2016 @ 2-4PM
EMMEDIA – 351 11 Ave SW, 2nd Floor
In Sandra Vidaâ€™s most recent video work, Journey, she explored the notion of perseverance through obstacles, and the recuperative power of disrupting the flow of time through repetition and looping images. She invited viewers to empathetically partake in this experience through large-scale projected images. Portal takes these themes one step further in the creation of a scenario in which the viewer literally passes through the video image, projected on a series of walls or veils. The piece explores the fertility of the â€śliminal spaceâ€ť or threshold, the place of transition: a chance for the viewer to linger between a previous way of structuring time, awareness, even identity, and moving forward into a new or different path.
Thursday, May 5, 2016
Doors at 6:30PM, Screening at 7PM
EMMEDIA Screening Room – 351 11 Ave SW, 2nd Floor
EMMEDIA presents the AlterNATIVE Indigenous Film Series, showcasing the rich landscape of works produced by Indigenous artists throughout the year. The second screening this year is curated by the Nakoda A/V Club based out of Morley, Alberta.