An award-winning sound installation by Jay Crocker fusing music, space and technology.

Tuesday to Thursday: From 10 AM to 7 PM
Friday and Saturday: From 10 AM to 9 PM
Sunday: from 10 AM to 7 PM

All ages

Where: Plateau

Take part in the Open House Day at Phi Centre on Wednesday December 18. You will get free access to the exhibition on a first-arrived-first-served basis.

BIBELOT is an audio visual kinetic installation piece created by award winning free-thinking Nova Scotia composer, musician and visual artist Jay Crocker (aka JOYFULTALK). Part instrument, part installation, BIBELOT is a set of 16 music box cells - a small mechanical orchestra performing compositions of an infinitely-changing environment that shifts to disconnect time and space through endless loops of machine, shape and sound.

Photo (cover): Annie France Noël

Jay Crocker is an artist, composer, producer, arranger, instrument builder, multi-instrumentalist, and musical explorer residing on the south shore of Nova Scotia. Originally from Calgary, Crocker has performed and recorded with countless artists including Buffy Saint Marie, Calexico, Chad VanGaalen, and many more. His current focus is the critically-acclaimed instrumental project JOYFULTALK, who release music with the legendary Canadian experimental music label Constellation Records and is always striving to push the envelope of both analogue and digital recording mediums.

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