Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture

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Persistence of Vision

December 8 - January 20, 2018

Opening Reception December 8, 7-10pm, free to Latitude members and guests

Artist talk with Brandon A. Dalmer December 9 at 1pm

Latitude 53 is pleased to welcome back Brandon A. Dalmer and his new work: Persistence of Vision. Inspired by syzygy, cosmic alignments, hoaxes, and Philip K Dicks’s fictional future religious practice of Mercerism, Dalmer’s monolithic octagon houses an immersive installation of audio, video loops, and lighting. Over a 108-minute orbital cycle, viewers can enter the capsule inspired by the pre-film Kaiser-Panorama stereoscopic animations and use the digital controls to experiment on images of asteroids falling endlessly towards virtual earths.

The opening reception for this work is generously supported by Barber Ha.

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Latitude Invitational

December 8 - January 20, 2018

Opening Reception December 8, 7-10pm, free to Latitude members and guests

Latitude 53 takes a second annual pause from artist-submission driven programming to invite a group of artists from our Edmonton community to exhibit individual works. This year, we invite artists who are trying out new directions in their practices, and navigating different ways of working between their past practices and digital presentation. Devon Beggs and Daniel Toumine cross paths moving from tactile materials into 3D modelling and vice versa. With: Devon Beggs, Alex Keays, Isabelle Kuzio, Gabriel Esteban Molina, Haley Pukanski & Maria Burkinshaw, Borys Tarasenko, and Daniel Toumine.

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