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Casey Koyczan – SADZEÈ ; TIME

October 2 - October 31

In partnership with the send+receive festival

Opening reception: 7 – 10 pm Friday October 2nd, 2020
Poolside Gallery | 218-100 Arthur St
accessible from the King st doors

VP and the send+receive festival are proud to present SADZEÈ ; TIME, a new interactive installation by artist Casey Koyczan

SADZEÈ ; TIME is an interactive multimedia installation by artist Casey Koyczan, inviting the viewer to reflect on their relation to the sun, moon, and the perception of time as they navigate throughout the gallery, affecting the audio-visual narrative with their presence. Co-presented with send+receive: a festival of sound.
First Fridays access is on a first-come-first-serve basis – Please line up at the Arthur Street doors for access

By Appointment Only

About the Artist
Casey Koyczan is a Tlicho Dene interdisciplinary artist from Yellowknife, NT, that works with various mediums to communicate how culture and technology coincide together alongside the political, economic, and environmental challenges that we are presented with. A portion of his large scale installation work utilizes earth materials to evoke the idea of nature reclaiming architectural space; returning to its original place of being. Inspired by sci-fi and Indigenous Futurisms, Koyczan implements various techniques of interactivity, audio-video, and the engagement of the bodily senses to raise awareness about a variety of topics within his creations.

His artwork has been shown nationally and internationally, and has participated in many residencies, exhibits, festivals and collaboration projects in parts of the world such as Finland, Colombia, Chile, Mexico, and The Netherlands. He is also a musician, producer, filmmaker, actor, writer, teacher, workshop facilitator, graphic designer, web designer and advocate for future generations of artists and musicians.


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