Date: October 3, 2020
Time: Sunset to Sunrise – 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Louise Põtiki Bryant, “Mana Moana Digital Ocean” (New Zealand) for an online collection of multimedia and video art
The 15th annual Nuit Blanche Toronto is reimagined to deliver a special online edition to ensure the safety of attendees and artists during the COVID-19 pandemic. The virtual event presents five streams of programming including talks, podcasts, live streams, Nuit History and augmented and virtual reality artworks. Artistic Director Julie Nagam’s curatorial theme – The Space Between Us – focuses on the connections across urban, polar and pacific landscapes revealing the space between us as a potential site for sharing knowledge.
“A Call to Kāinga” by Dr. Karlo Mila and Michael Bridgman
Treat your eyes and ears! Tune in to Nuit’s 12-hour live stream of screen-based artworks and archival images created by the Public Visualization Studio accompanied with soundscapes provided by special guests DJ Fizza, DJ Kookum, Odario and Ofield Williams and DJ KillaKels. Art and technology weave together in works ranging from video art to VR/360 film, 3D digital sculptures, live performances and a fashion exhibition, all created especially for this year’s online event.
Odario & Ofield Williams
Ten major institutions will feature live streamed performances, artist talks, digital site tours and other art projects and digital exhibitions throughout the night of Nuit Blanche. The participating institutions are 401 Richmond, Aga Khan Museum, Bata Shoe Museum, East End Arts, Gardiner Museum, Humber College, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA), North York Arts/Cinematoscape and Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/festivals-events/nuitblanche/2020-program/nuit-live/major-institutions/
Carlos Bunga, A Sudden Beginning at MOCA
For more information please visit: https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/festivals-events/nuitblanche/