Unlocking the Groove [Regina]

Carrie Gates has curated a gallery show of interventions, sonic and otherwise, in the vinyl and turntable arts, including sculpture and performance. One of the pieces in the exhibition is a Vinyl Interventions turntable performance featuring Carrie, Marinko Jareb and myself. The infos:

The Art Projects Gallery is proud to present "Unlocking the Groove: experiments in vinyl", a collection of artworks focusing on innovative artmaking techniques with the medium of vinyl records. The collection includes both visual and audio art, and spans painting, sculpture, installation, and experimental turntablism. Homemade locked groove records, intricately painted records, etched blank records, and sculpted records are just a few of the things you will see with this show... live concerts, radio documentaries, and no-holds-barred experimental turntablism are a few of the things you will hear... investigating the synaesthetic relationship between vision, tactility, and aurality, these conceptual, yet playful works will delight your senses!

The artists included are:
tobias c. van Veen (Montreal)
Taketo Shimada (New York)
Marinko Jareb (St. Catherines)
Jon Vaughn (Saskatoon)
Jeff Morton (Victoria)
Jake Hardy (Saskatoon)
H. D'Angelo (Toronto)
Esther Bourdages (Montreal)
Carrie Gates (Saskatoon)

This exhibition is curated by Carrie Gates.

The Art Projects Gallery is located at: 1217 - 15th Avenue, Regina. Gallery hours are 11am - 4pm, Monday to Friday, or by appointment. Admission is free, everyone is welcome!

Unlocking the Groove: experiments in vinyl runs from Friday, December 23rd to Friday, December 30th.

***Please join us for the OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, December 23rd, 7pm-10pm! (this is an excellent start to a fun night out with friends and family during the holidays!)

posted. Sun - December 18, 2005 @ 12:41 PM           |