JG Mair : Chroma Chamber | An Outdoor Presentation
Saturday August 15
8:15pm - 9:30pm
Cineworks Annex space: 235 Alexander Street, Vancouver BC
Cineworks invites you to view an outdoor artist presentation of Chroma Chamber, an interactive new media art installation from Vancouver based artist JG Mair.
If you could take any concept and distill it to one colour, what would that look like? Real-time Google image results are collated by programming to surround the viewer with the distilled colour of the words they speak. Driven entirely by open-source custom software written with Canadian programmer Bill Pettigrew, this installation taps programmers, designers, and musicians to create an immersive experience of color, light, and voice-user interface.
This event will observe social distancing guidelines promoted by the B.C. Ministry of Health. The artist presentation will take place in the outdoor loading bay area of our Annex space. We ask that attendees please RSVP via eventbrite before arriving, to help us control numbers and improve contact tracing. Hand sanitizer and face masks will be available for attendees, however there is no washroom access at this time.
About the Artist:
JG Mair is a Vancouver-based multidisciplinary visual artist, working in the areas of mixed media and new media art. His practice explores the pluralities of perception as manifested through both material and digital manipulation. Mair holds a BFA from the University of Victoria and a BEd from the University of British Columbia. His work has been exhibited in Canada, USA, South Korea and Japan. To learn more about JG Mair please visit jgmair.com
Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society is an Artist-Run Centre that has been supporting moving images practices in Vancouver for forty years. Through equipment, facilities, programs, and advocacy, Cineworks supports Independent Film and Media Art. To learn more please visit cineworks.ca
Cineworks pays respect to the xwm??kw?y??m (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and S?l?ílw?ta?/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations on whose unceded traditional territories our organization and our work is based. We are committed to dialogue and collaboration with Indigenous artists and communities, amid ongoing social, cultural and environmental effects of colonialism and globalization, as part of our mandate to engage and support independent filmmakers, media artists and audiences through the transformative powers of the moving image.
Our Annex is located on the basement level of the Ironworks building at 235 Alexander Street, Vancouver. This event takes place in the loading bay, which is accessed by a gravel driveway that is approx. 11 feet wide leading approx. 12 metres down from the sidewalk at an incline of approx. 28 degrees. Limited free street parking is available on Gore Avenue and metered parking is available on Main street. We will not have washrooms accessible during this event due to inadequate social distancing and sanitization capacity. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require any assistance prior to your visit.