Alucine presents _Toronto_05apr2014_ by Hector Centeno

Tuesday / Apr 1 / 14
1:30 pm

NAISA (New Adventures in Sound Art)
601 Christie Street, Toronto

aluCine Latin Film and Media Arts Festival presents
_Toronto_05apr2014_by Hector Centeno

Sponsored by FADO Performance Art Centre

_Toronto_05apr2014_ is a multichannel sound performance that creates subtle soundscapes through virtual three-dimensional sonic spaces. The artist makes sound-field recordings prior to the event while performing attentive sound walks within the city. The experiences and recordings gathered are then used as the source for live improvisation, allowing the artist to explore the concepts of ecology and awareness through sound.

New Media Artist Hector Centeno works with sound and technology. His interactive sound installations and performances have been presented at the Sounds Electric ’05 Festival in Ireland, Sound Travels Festival and SOUNDplay Festival in Toronto, among others, and internationally in Colombia and Uruguay. Motivated by the experience of mindfulness, Centeno seeks to strike a balance between intuition and rationality. www.hcenteno.net


ABOUT aluCine

14th  aluCine Latin Film+Media Arts Festival 
April 3-6, 2014


aluCine Latin Film + Media Arts Festival showcases and disseminates the work of emerging and established Latin artists living in Canada and the Diaspora through an annual festival, year-round events and touring exhibitions in Latin America. aluCine is one of the largest Latin media arts festival in North America; screening independent films of all genres along with new media installations, video performance and video art. Every year aluCine features unique programming reflecting a broad range of issues, identities and currents from Latin-America, Canada and abroad.


aluCine is presented at the prestigious Jackman Hall in the Art Gallery of Ontario.


70+ films, 4 galleries, 7 exhibitions, performance, music, new media installations, artist’s talks, and several events throughout the month of April as part of the Hispanic Heritage month at several venues such us:  Bavia Arts Gallery, Creative Blueprint Gallery, NAISA Gallery and Toronto Arts Council Gallery. 







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