CFC Media Lab Alumnus Art Show: Neighbourhood Watch

neighbourhoodwatch

WHAT: An art show of magical and interactive miniatures. Peer into the private lives of an eclectic group of people as they dream, watch TV, stare out the window and ponder the lives of their neighbours. Neighbourhood Watch brings to life a cast of whimsical characters who live in ramshackle and darling little homes. It is a show about how where we live and our space defines as much as our work and family.

WHERE AND WHEN: AWOL art gallery, May 27 – June 6, 2010

RECEPTION: Friday, May 28 from 7pm


MEET THE ARTISTS:

Rose Bianchini is a writer, producer and visual artist who has worked in television, radio and new media. Currently, she is writing and illustrating a graphic novel for young adults. Rose has art directed for film and theatre. She is a recent grad from the Media Lab at the Canadian Film Center where her and her team designed an interactive hoodie and game platform. For more information visit: www.rosebianchini.com

Jason van Horne is a visual artist, illustrator and sculptor who has exhibited at the Katharine Mulherin gallery. He also has created artwork for film, theatre and video games. Jason has a keen interest in architecture and the accessibility of cities, and has co-founded community art projects and public interventionist groups that include The City Beautification Ensemble and The Soft City.

To view information about Rose and Jason’s collective community art project of a plush miniature city visit: www.thesoftcity.com