Between play is the accumulation of a few different movements — Through workshops offered to Western Canada High School students engaging and educating students about sound and performance art two things were produced. First sound art piece that is a collage of field recordings students gathered along the construction ridden 17th Avenue. Secondly, a series of sidewalk square sized cyanotypes that are made from the frequencies pulsations of the former sounds and materials from the avenue. The products purpose was to cultivate a conversation about contemporary sound and performance art practices here on one of the noisiest most captivating parts of the city.
To hear this sound in its natural birthplace visit Enso Tattoo ( 718 17 Ave SW) or Velour Clothing (200 – 1022 17th Ave S.W.) during their open hours.
Or if you can’t make it there, tune into CJSW Thursday June 21 at 9PM to listen to the project be discuss with with Paula Fayerman on her show NOISE.
To see the cyanotypes, drop by BlankPage Studios (1221 B Kensington Rd. NW).
Creative Realm &
Project Support from the Generous
Enso Tattoo & Velour Clothing & Western Canada Highschool