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ARTIST TALK: Christine Sciulli

ARTIST TALK: Christine Sciulli February 5, 2019 at 12pm Art Bar +Projects, 1873 Granville st. //RESPONSIVE: International Light Art Projects Halifax presents an artist talk by New York Artist Christine Sciulli. Christine Sciulli is a visual artist whose primary medium is projected light. “Her work consists of intersections ...
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//RESPONSIVE receives $50k support from Canada Council for the Arts

//RESPONSIVE International Light Art Projects was successful in receiving a $50k grant to commission three new, site-specific light projects by Marianne Nicolson (BC), Cuppetelli & Mendoza (DET) and Christine Sciulli (NY). Each of the artists will be coming to Halifax in early 2019 to select sites, do on ...
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//RESPONSIVE 2019 Announced

Save the date! //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project returns from it's successful 2017 debut in the fall of 2019! September 25 - 28, 2019 the curatorial team will welcome over a dozen international light artists to Halifax for another exciting indoor/outdoor exhibition scattered around the city’s centre. Stay ...
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//RESPONSIVE October 18-21, 2017

//From October 18 to 21, 2017 the International Light Art Project //RESPONSIVE will take place in Downtown Halifax. Sixteen artists activate eight public sites including the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the historic Black-Binney House, Dalhousie School of Architecture, City Hall, the Memorial Library, NSCAD Anna Leonowens Gallery, ...
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Judith Roeder: The material carries the content

Judith Roeder is one of the participating artists in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. His work is on display at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. //For more than fifteen years, glass and its physical, esthetical and metaphorical assets has been the material ...
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Kelly Mark: Being at work

Kelly Mark is one of the participating artists in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. During //RESPONSIVE her work is on display at 1472 Hollis St. //To get an idea of how Kelly Mark is working, here a small collection of selected quotes by ...
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Duane Linklater: Who was here before?

Duane Linklater is one of the participating artists in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. After winning the Sobey Art Award in 2013, one of the five parts of the work “Tautology” stayed in the collection of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and ...
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Cuppetelli and Mendoza: The Art of Interference

Cuppetelli and Mendoza is one of the participating artists' teams in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. Their work can be seen at Anna Leonowens Gallery. Cuppetelli and Mendoza further what has been called Op-art since the 1960s. Op-art – the abbreviation for optical ...
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joeressen+kessner: Semantic Mapping

joeressen+kessner is one of the participating artists' teams in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. Their work can be seen at Halifax City Hall. //joeressen+kessner engender site-specific interventions that allow to perceive, to understand and to categorize a site in a new quality. Preferred, ...
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Ursula Handleigh: Always shifting

Ursula Handleigh is one of the participating artists in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. Her work is on display at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. //Ursula Handleigh grew up in an intercultural family, her parents came from England and from the Philippines ...
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Houda Ghorbel and Wadi Mhiri: Witnessing the Present

Houda Ghorbel and Wadi Mhiri is one of the participating artists' teams in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. Their work can be seen at Anna Leonowens Gallery. //Houda Ghorbel and Wadi Mhiri are working as an artistic tandem of different backgrounds encompassing professional ...
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Mischa Kuball: Based on conversation

Mischa Kuball is one of the participating artists in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. His work is on display at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. //Kuball ’s works encompass objects, installations and interventions that reflect on visual organization, its impact on consciousness ...
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molitor & kuzmin: Art is about attending the world

molitor & kuzmin is one of the participating artists' teams in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. Their work can be seen at Dalhousie School of Architecture. //Ursula Molitor and Vladimir Kuzmin are renowned for their light and space works since the late 1990s ...
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Hartung and Trenz: Understanding coding

Hartung and Trenz is one of the participating artists' teams in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. Their works can be seen at Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and at the Memorial Library of Halifax. //We are interested in sites and contexts that are ...
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Kurt Laurenz Theinert: I like the challenge of improvisation

Kurt Laurenz Theinert is one of the participating artists in the first edition of //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project Halifax. His performances will take place at St. David's Church. //My understanding of light is rooted in photography _ designing photographs, taking them and making them, all processes are ...
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With support from the German Center of International Light Art

The Center of International Light Art Unna (de) is sharing an exhibition copy of one of the seventeen permanent works in their collection. //When I was asked how I felt about showing Mischa Kuball’s installation “Space, Speech, Speed” during RESPONSIVE in Halifax, I immediately said yes! I believe ...
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From October 18 to 21, 2017

Anna Leonowens Gallery, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and Dalhousie Art Gallery are pleased to present the first iteration of //RESPONSIVE: International Light Art Project Halifax, exhibiting this year in Halifax, Nova Scotia from October 18 to 21, 2017. National and international artists have been invited to participate ...
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A New Art Project in Halifax

//RESPONSIVE is a new art in public space format, that first took place in Halifax from October 18 to 21, 2017. A series of artworks were installed, scattered around the downtown core. Located both inside and outside, the works was free to the public - after sunset - ...
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