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Variations on Broken Lines (2023). Two-channel video projection, two-channel sound, holographic film, prisms, rope, mirror, wooden frame, speakers, moving image sculpture, rug, and a drum. An augmented reality interactive audiovisual environment is integrated into the physical installation. Visitors can access this environment using an app on their mobile devices.

Variations on Broken Lines is a multimedia installation project that explores notions of liminality as manifested within dance archives, rituals, and identity in our current digital culture. By extending the notion of a “rite of passage,” Variations on Broken Lines illuminates the significance of everyday transitional experiences and a state of in-betweenness that exists between and across boundaries of time and space. 

Artists: Sebastian Ureamuno, Cinzia Cavalieri, Maria Kravchenko, Mahsa Alikhani, Nataf Rosh, Marc-André Weibezahn, Alireza Keymanesh, Diana Yoo, Kunstbereit e.V Berlin, Cristina Negucioiu,, Yvette Teeuwen, Dorothea Eitel, Ameyalli Blanca Daniela Ramírez,Guidance:  Dr. Ruth Del Fresno Gulliem & Professor Yvonne Singer.

The installation is the culmination of my MFA practice based research at York University. Link to supportive thesis paper

The first iteration of Variations on Broken Lines exhibited at Gales Gallery, YorkU (2020)

The second iteration of Variations on Broken Line was exhibited at Nuit Blanche TO 2022.

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