Our Emergents series opens with two immersive takes on the afterlives of objects: Vitalija Glovackyte’s sound-and-light work in collaboration with Architek Percussion, WE ARE FOR A WHILE, and a new multimedia piece from Joyce To/Tyler Cunnigham/Sara Maston that speculates on the more-than-human.
The first show of this season’s Emergents series is a deep dive into sonic remixing and repurposing, with two interdisciplinary takes on the afterlives of objects.
Part 1 features Toronto percussionist Joyce To performing “The Machines that Hold Us”: a new work by NEL2R (Joyce To x Tyler Cunningham) and artist Sara Maston that fuses together sculpture, improvised music, and machine learning to speculate on future relationships between people and more-than-human entities.
For Part 2, we welcome Montreal percussion quartet Architek and composer Vitalija Glovackyte for WE ARE FOR A WHILE: a 50-minute immersive work that brings new life to broken instruments and lost-and-found machines through sound, stories, and light.
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918 Bathurst, is not currently wheelchair accessible due to stairs (two half-flights to enter the performance space, and one flight to access the washrooms). This event will have projected visuals, includes amplified sound and will not include additional scents
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