It’s always a pleasure to celebrate the art of young artists about to enter the professional art world. The Magenta Foundation makes all this magic happen. A bit about what they do below:
The Flash Forward Incubator Program is dedicated to supporting emerging artists within the high school setting. While proposing a new and exciting model for arts education and arts funding, the Incubator Program prepares students for their transition out of high school and into the next phases of their artistic careers.
The theme for this year’s Flash Forward Incubator Program is Cut and Paste. This year’s theme asks that our students think deeply about the meaning of cut and paste; from the creation of collage: physically cutting and pasting images together, to the ease with which we are able to reposition images and ideas using the cut and paste features on a computer, to how we can re-configure meaning with the addition or removal of objects, ideas, or images within a natural setting. What impact does the cut have? What is the impact of the paste?
This year’s Flash Forward Incubator Program is open to a wide range of photography based projects that explore the theme of cut and paste: the impact of cut and paste in our world today, the role that it has played in the history of art, and the social and psychological impact that a cut and paste world proposes.
Alison Keery is a gorgeous dancer with a bright inner light and and a vibrant energy. She is a delightful subject. She is based in Toronto and performs avidly with passion alongside teaching the next generation of dancers on the come-up. You can find her on Instagram @alisonkeery. She performed at the first showing of The Goddess Array. You can take a peek at the stellar performance below:
Cricket.Herself, 120mm film, Herself.com, by Jennifer Toole
The show is wrapped and it was beautiful! I’m so sad I could not be in Athens to attend the opening, but the event photos are second best I suppose. Here are a few photos of my print of muse Cricket Guess for Herself.com lighting up the room. Many thanks to the Bank Wall Gallery for their inclusion of my work and support. xo
I was a P.A. on this this one & it turned out so well! We scanned Toronto with a lidar scanner to create a 3D model of the city to animate the fibres through. The helicopter shots turned out great as well. According to Bell, fibre internet works at the speed of light. Check it out: