SFU Woodward's mounts two thought-provoking productions for September

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      (Community announcement by SFU School for Contemporary Arts, 2018 Faculty Research Series)

      1991 is a developmental premiere that will be showcased in Toronto in the spring of 2019. The style of the piece is deliberately analog featuring old technologies of that era. Using overhead projection, live sound modulation, elements of autobiography, and cinematic techniques, 1991 explores feminist issues surrounding consent, sexual assault, and how different people define ‘victim.’

      Moments: Time and Space is an immersive audio-visual work for two dancers and generative audio/video system, bringing a virtual/augmented reality performance to a small audience. The dancers move in a performance space in which generated video is projected on three walls, their movements tracked by sensors so that their positions will influence the procedurally generated audio and video.

      Arne Eigenfeldt, Moments: Time and Space (screenshot of projection image)

      ACCESS:

      1991 is September 4 and 5 @ 7pm, 4th floor Sound Stage

      Moments: Time and Space is September 6, 7 and 8 @ 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm

      Perfomances take place at the SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, Studio T and the Sound Stage, 149 West Hastings St. (please use Cordova entrance)

      MORE INFO:

      For 1991: http://www.sfu.ca/sfuwoodwards/events/events1/2018-fall/SCA_1991.html

      For Moments: Time and Space: http://www.sfu.ca/sfuwoodwards/events/events1/2018-fall/SCA_Moments.html

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