ART GALLERY NOVA SCOTIA Courtyard // Alan Syliboy, Lukas Pearse + The Thundermakers
Accompanied by an audio component, this collaborative 4-channel video and audio outdoor installation features the artwork of Alan Syliboy projected onto the courtyard of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, mapped and modified by Lukas Pearse. On Saturday evening 28 Saturday, there will be a live performance with Syliboy, Pearse and their band, The Thundermakers. Alan Syliboy is a Mi’kmaq artist born in Truro, Nova Scotia, residing in the Millbrook First Nations community. He is the percussionist for The Thundermakers and has a background in mixed media and illustrations. Lukas Pearse is a media artist, composer and sound editor living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He is the bassist of the Thundermakers and creates digital and electronic sound art.
Alan Syliboy is a Mi’kmaq artist born in Truro, Nova Scotia, and residing in the Millbrook First Nations community. His art study began with Shirley Bear and later at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Alan is known for his works of mixed media, illustrations and as percussionist in the band Alan Syliboy and the Thundermakers.
Lukas Pearse is a media artist, composer and sound editor living Halifax, Nova Scotia. He is an award-winning film composer and member of the Screen Composers Guild of Canada. Lukas creates digital and electrical sound art and is bassist in the band Alan Syliboy and The Thundermakers.
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