For this year’s Nocturne Program, the Centre for Art Tapes presents an interactive video projection by New Brunswick based artist Ryan Suter. Titled DOOMTOWN, this experimental work portrays a series of imaginary Halifax street-scapes that are both familiar and alien, and always under the threat of dark clouds.
Ryan Suter is a multi-media artist living and working in Sackville, New Brunswick. Previously involved with the Centre for Art Tapes as a participant in the electronics workshop program, Suter has recently also received new media training through Faucet Media Arts in Sackville, NB. Earlier this year, he presented new work as part of Faucet's Not A Standard Appliance exhibition and has recently also exhibited, in collaboration with is partner Adriana Kuiper, at the Confederation Centre for the Arts in Charlottetown, the University of Saskachewan Art Gallery and the Odd Gallery in Dawson City. Suter holds a BFA from the University of Ottawa and an MFA from the University of Guelph. Born in Ontario, he now lives with his family in Middle Sackville, New Brunswick.
19 October 2013
6:30 p.m. till midnight
2238 Maitland St, Halifax
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