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Instant Places – 10 November 2016

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In their Instant Places projects Kavanaugh and Birse use hardware/software systems of their own design to present generative installations and performances.They began making performances and installations as a team in 1997, and from 1997 to 2002 traveled throughout Canada and Europe, making installation and performance works for festival venues and art galleries. Highlights from that period include projects for the Kassel Documentary Film Festival, BACKUP festival (Weimar), LEM Festival (Barcelona), LOGOS Foundation (Belgium), and the Audio Art Festival (Krakow). From 2003—2010 they realized Instant Places projects on location across Canada, Australia (2004), Japan (2008), the United States (2008/2009), and South America (2009). Since basing themselves in Hull, Quebec in 2010, they have created installations of generative art for the Peterborough Art Gallery (October 2010), Interaccess, Toronto (September 2012), and The JNAAG in Sarnia (February 2013), and NAISA/NXNE Toronto (2013), as well as mobile broadcasting projects for Sound Symposium, St. John’s, and Truck Gallery’s CAMPER in Calgary. Most recently Laura and Ian have been presenting performance and installation iterations of a new generative/interactive audiovisual artwork entitled SLEEPER.

http://instantplaces.ca

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Who
Instant Places - 10 November 2016
When
Thursday, November 10, 2016
8:00pm - All Ages
Where
448 Wilmslow Road
Manchester, England M20 3BW
Other Info
In their Instant Places projects Kavanaugh and Birse use hardware/software systems of their own design to present generative installations and performances.They began making performances and installations as a team in 1997, and from 1997 to 2002 traveled throughout Canada and Europe, making installation and performance works for festival venues and art galleries. Highlights from that period include projects for the Kassel Documentary Film Festival, BACKUP festival (Weimar), LEM Festival (Barcelona), LOGOS Foundation (Belgium), and the Audio Art Festival (Krakow). From 2003—2010 they realized Instant Places projects on location across Canada, Australia (2004), Japan (2008), the United States (2008/2009), and South America (2009). Since basing themselves in Hull, Quebec in 2010, they have created installations of generative art for the Peterborough Art Gallery (October 2010), Interaccess, Toronto (September 2012), and The JNAAG in Sarnia (February 2013), and NAISA/NXNE Toronto (2013), as well as mobile broadcasting projects for Sound Symposium, St. John’s, and Truck Gallery’s CAMPER in Calgary. Most recently Laura and Ian have been presenting performance and installation iterations of a new generative/interactive audiovisual artwork entitled SLEEPER.

http://instantplaces.ca
  

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