Synesthetic Installation

may-28-poster.jpgBecoming Sensor is an immersive, synesthetic installation of the deep time and ephemeral happenings unfolding in High Park’s remnant oak savannahs.

Sounds, images, and texts

Ayelen Liberona, filmmaker and dancer
Natasha Myers, anthropologist and dancer
with Allison Cameron, composer and field recordist
and Rosina Kazi and Nicholas Murray of LAL, musicians and composers

Becoming Sensor’s premier at the Great Hall in Toronto was hosted by MUSIC IN THE BARNS, in association with Canadian Association for Theatre Research / Association Canadienne pour la Recherche Théâtrale and supported by SPIRIT LOFT.

Ayelen Liberona and Natasha Myers delivered the keynote talks describing this long-term research-creation project at “Performing the Anthropocene: Setting the Stage for the End of the World,” CATR’s annual conference: Sunday May 28 from 10 – 11:30 AM at the same venue.