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SoloForDuet.ca InSoloForDuet.ca, Eve Egoyan explores the space between what a piano can do and what she wishes a piano could do. Put on your headphones and take a journey with Eve, behind the music and beyond what is presented on stage. Created with HELIOS DESIGN LABS Interactive Directors Alex Wittholz and Su Rynard,Produced by Heather Grieve.

The Messenger

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Can you image a world without birdsong? 2015, Documentary 90 minutes The Messenger Su Rynard’s wide-ranging and contemplative documentary the messenger explores our deep-seated connection to birds and warns that the uncertain fate of songbirds might mirror our own. Moving from the northern reaches of the Boreal Forest to the base of Mount Ararat to […]

As Soon As Weather Will Permit

As Soon As Weather Will Permit

Winner: People’s Choice Award, Imagine Science Film Festival, New York.  Runner up: Nature Scientific Merit Award, Imagine Science Film Festival, New York As Soon As Weather Will Permit reflects upon one person’s story within the inimitable confluence events that led to the drop of the first atomic bomb in 1945. After not seeing my uncle […]

Seedbank

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The installation consists of a series of several large photographs, a plot of soil and wild plants. The photos were taken at the Millennium Seed Bank just outside London, UK

Kardia

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Kardia weaves fable, fiction, science and metaphor to tell the story of Hope, a pathologist who embarks on an unusual journey of reconciliation.

Apples (Malus Domestica)

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Over 7500 different kinds of apples (malus domestica) are known to exist, but only a few are grown today. Each cultivar has it’s own characteristics, and it’s own name.

Drowning London

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Decades ago before the words climate and change were inextricably linked, there was a board game called “Taxi” in which players become licensed taxi-cab drivers plying for hire on the roads of central London.

Coronation Park

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Coronation Park is constructed from haunting, sometimes abstract, cool blue shots of bare maple and oak trees in winter. The images are paired with the single word breathe.

Bear

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BEAR consists of a rear screen video projection within a wildlife diorama. The diorama case, constructed from the classic materials of museum display — mahogany & glass, (38” long, 24” high and 20” deep) is the sculptural component of the installation.