Nuit Blanche x Art Matters: Many Space





Link for Mozilla Hubs Room: https://hub.link/ANp6s5d

* To access the exhibition, click this link. We recommend opening the room in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers. Safari and others won’t work correctly.




Facilitated by Charles Harding

Venue:
Link TBD & VA Building Courtyard, 1395 René-Lévesque Blvd W.

Artists:

Alexa Rhynd | Medium is the Message Manifesto
Bashir Al Mahayni | Clay Play
Flavie Laplante | Chic-Chocs
Maurane Dubois | Prêt-à-Porter Circulaire
Marianne L-C | Lulu’s Pancakes Spilled
Miao Li | 1.493




This collaborative exhibition between Art Matters and Nuit Blanche is a multidimensional experience presented both virtually on Mozilla Hubs and physically at the courtyard of Concordia’s VA building . With each version of the space being a parallel of its own alternate dimension, attendees can be left with the feeling that they are exploring on a plane only slightly detached from a sibling reality. Each of the spaces holds a video window to their alternate dimension in which guests can observe this thinning duality between physical and digital space. The exhibition is adorned with beautiful sights, sounds, and expressions from a group of artists whose works span mediums from movement to image to written word. Many of the works explore a perceptual playfulness in their approaches to hybridity in the technology of their presentation. Fibers become digital, nature becomes stillness, words become space, material becomes meaning. Concisely and abstractly, the works are joined by an attribute of expanded affordability across material, process, and display. Guests of the exhibition may find themselves in new modes of viewership, both observing something that has been made but also contributing to an affordance of imagination, projecting visions of a creative process only a viewer could conceive.