Nov.20

Special event

A discussion in conjunction with our exhibition Echo: The Sound of Space under the theme The evolution of sound design in spaces and immersive narratives.

Doors and exhibition visit: 5 PM to 7 PM
Discussion: 7 PM to 8 PM
Tickets:
Regular: $31
Seniors and students: 25$
Taxes and fees included

Where: Space C (2nd floor)

On November 20th, the Phi Centre presents the second event of its 5 @ Tech series in conjunction with our current exhibition Echo: The Sound of Space, under the theme The evolution of sound design in spaces and immersive narratives.

These exclusive events are limited to just 40 attendees, open to anyone with an interest in new forms of storytelling in the digital age. Just like the previous 5 @ Tech evenings, the public will have the opportunity to connect with some key players on Montreal’s cultural, creative and technological stage. Attendees will have free time to visit the exhibition and enjoy a drink from the bar before the discussion begins.

Participants:

  • Brian D’Oliveira is an award-winning composer, multi-instrumentalist, and creative director based in Montreal, Canada. He is also the founder of La Hacienda Creative. His successful career reflects an extraordinary combination of creativity, talent, dedication and drive.  He has contributed music to hundreds of productions including TV series, documentaries, commercials, fiction films and video games.
  • FOXTROTT (a.k.a. Marie-Hélène Delorme) a self-taught singer, songwriter and producer from French-speaking Montreal. Originally releasing remixes and supplying beats for other local talents, she broke cover with her 2012 debut, Shields, an emotionally arresting three-track EP. Her experience with sound both in post production and sound design, brings a unique perspective to the topic. She recently released a new album called Meditations I-II-III.
  • Rafaelle Mackay is a singer, musical director and therapeutic musician based in Montreal. Her passion in the pure essence of the human voice is obvious in her vocal improvisation, compositions and her approach to ambient music-both acoustic and electronic. She invites her audience to connect to inner worlds in her meditative concert series and her recent project in collaboration with SAT. Additionally, she is a teacher, guide and facilitator with creative choirs and vocal retreats.

The Echo: The Sound of Space exhibition

The present is composed of the reverberations of the past. This virtual reality exhibition invites viewers to connect with today’s world through reflections, parallels, and distant echoes. Listen to the sound of gravitational waves, ripples in space-time that originated billions of years ago; take a trip to China’s London, Paris, and Venice, replicas of their European counterparts; or join a girl and her father in a story about the gifts we pass on to the next generation. The programming reflects the best in current virtual reality works and places a deliberate emphasis on sound and stories that resonate within all of us.

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