Init, Go!

May 14th, 2009 § 0 comments § permalink

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Saturday, June 13
5pm until it ends
409 Front St E, off Cherry St., Toronto
(behind the old Canary diner near the Distillery, Toronto)

“Life is too short for boring shit!” says init, the all-day, all-night interactive playground. Karlen Chang, Dafydd Hughes, and I (under the name Baby Steps) will be letting all of you play with a prototype for our installation upcoming in a big art festival.

As the site says, come for VISUALS MUSIC INSTALLATIONS DANCE PERFORMANCE THEATRE BBQ DRINKS FOOD FRIENDS SURPRISES CIRCUS STUFF GOOD TIMES.

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Updates!

May 4th, 2009 § 0 comments § permalink

What’s going on‽

I’ve not been dormant, just busy: moving apartments, planning life after work, calming down.

What happened

sr_poster_smallI/O Media was involved in the SoundReach performance with Tanso at the UofT Art Lounge. It was a live jam with Zen Lu in Shenzhen, China.

It was, I must say, awesome. Zen is a great musician, Tanso is working on same amazing initiatives to promote contemporary Chinese art in Toronto, and the Art Lounge is a great little venue. There’s live video and audio of the event on the SoundReach page.

Thanks to Patrick Dinnen, Light Play (the Luminato balloons installation) now has a documentation video.

What’s happening

eelogodraft2It looks like I’ll be having a piece at the fourth Electric Eclectics festival in Meaford, Ontario. If you live in Ontario, you really ought to check out this festival. I’ll be doing a bikeā€“sound piece that I’ve been working on for the past few months. Think generator-powered Atari Punk Console tandem.

A rather opaque previewAlso, I’m working on a piece with Dafydd Hughes and Karlen Chang for a large upcoming Toronto art festival. I’m not sure if information is public yet, but take a guess and there’s a 50% chance you’ve picked the right festival. It’ll be turning a downtown plaza into a huge music controller. It’ll also be awesome.

Where am I?

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