I was contacted earlier this year about getting involved in the production of a amazing arts and music pop up venue known as Fiarland Funhouse. The walk through “art maze” and venue experience to be installed in a fantastic location in Kensington Market that was formerly a grocery store. The Funhouse crew is transforming the space with a full renovation to lead the way for the installation of a series of immersive art installations.
I was happy to join Creative Director Stephanie Payne and the rest of the collaborative team as a Technical Director and Lead Projection designer. Fairlands Funhouse is a great opportunity to work together with a great collection of local artists and creators , some of the team I know already as friends and previous collaborators too so its a really great project to be a part of and build something fun and truly creative for all of Toronto to enjoy.
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All teams are in full swing working on installations for @fairlandfunhouse . Can't wait to get our prototype augmented reality projection room up and running this week. Powered by #codenamereflex #resolume #torontoart #contemporaryart #livevideoart #projectionmapping #vjguy @umusic @cmazzulla @daveyboom @electricperfume @_houseofvr Come out and explore this amazing space full of creations and music this August. #fairlandfunhouse #sgp360
The pre production is almost done and we are ready to get into the location to set up all the fun , waiting on a few last details and working out the bugs in our new projections system. The place opens in early August and runs into October so there will be lots to share and show everyone from the production to the final works. I hope everyone I know in the area will come and join the experience.
Visit the Funhouse website here for info and tickets –