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Reva Stone – Portal Revisited 2019

August 9 - September 7
Video Pool Media Arts Centre, 100 Arthur (2nd/3rd Floor)
Winnipeg, R3B 1H3
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August 9 – September 7 2019 Opening Reception: Friday August 9, 2019 – 7pm Poolside Gallery Portal Revisited 2019 is a revision of a responsive installation work that was begun in 1999 but wasn’t completed until this year. It uses iPhone 4’s to investigate how networked devices for human communication have dramatically transformed the intersections between our bodies, our consciousness and our machines. The phones are programmed to perform a series of specific behaviours that give them the appearance of sentience. The use of recorded audio and video, rotating motors, video capture to evolve the content, and the phone’s accelerometer for touch response all add to the illusion of consciousness. The cell phones behave as nodes in a multi-agent system, ...

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Reflections

August 8 @ 7:00 pm - August 20 @ 7:00 pm
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closed Sunday and Monday
cre8ery gallery and studio, 125 Adelaide street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0W4 Canada
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Free

his mixed media series was inspired by the light of the north as well as by darkness born of lost loved ones. The spirit guide goddesses concept was revealed to me as if by magic. These portraitures embody particular archetypes that speak to each individual differently and touches each psyche in its own way. The artist believes that everything happens for a reason. Those reasons are based on universal values such as empowerment, courage, strength and belonging. These values remind us to be perpetually curious and forever open to how these values reveal themselves to us, whether through every day experiences or an artist’s hand.

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MEME: Manitoba Electronic Music Exhibition

August 15 @ 8:00 am - August 17 @ 9:00 pm
Cube Stage, 133 Albert Street
Winnipeg, MB Canada
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The Manitoba Electronic Music Exhibition (MEME) is the only annual event in Western Canada that highlights local and international electronic musicians at such a high profile and free public venue (The Cube). MEME is a festival that presents refined cutting edge electronic music performed using the latest in new creative technologies. MEME is a combination of 21st century artistic exploration and a collective celebration of human creativity expressed through a symbiotic relationship with technology. MEME is an experience that delivers a wide array of eclectic sonic soundscapes that are intellectually stimulating and also beckoning to the dancefloor. Some of the musical styles you can expect to hear at MEME include a broad spectrum of house, techno, deep dub, psychedelic, world, ...

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Reflections

August 15 @ 12:00 pm - August 16 @ 6:00 pm
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closed Sunday and Monday
cre8ery gallery and studio, 125 Adelaide street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0W4 Canada
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Free

his mixed media series was inspired by the light of the north as well as by darkness born of lost loved ones. The spirit guide goddesses concept was revealed to me as if by magic. These portraitures embody particular archetypes that speak to each individual differently and touches each psyche in its own way. The artist believes that everything happens for a reason. Those reasons are based on universal values such as empowerment, courage, strength and belonging. These values remind us to be perpetually curious and forever open to how these values reveal themselves to us, whether through every day experiences or an artist’s hand.

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12:00 pm

Reflections

August 16 @ 12:00 pm - August 17 @ 6:00 pm
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closed Sunday and Monday
cre8ery gallery and studio, 125 Adelaide street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0W4 Canada
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Free

his mixed media series was inspired by the light of the north as well as by darkness born of lost loved ones. The spirit guide goddesses concept was revealed to me as if by magic. These portraitures embody particular archetypes that speak to each individual differently and touches each psyche in its own way. The artist believes that everything happens for a reason. Those reasons are based on universal values such as empowerment, courage, strength and belonging. These values remind us to be perpetually curious and forever open to how these values reveal themselves to us, whether through every day experiences or an artist’s hand.

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