Monday, December 31, 2018

3D light projection at Aga Khan Museum

You can see the pyramid of the Ismaili Centre, which is beside the Aga Khan Museum, when you drive along the Don Valley Parkway just north of Eglington Avenue East. I have long wanted to go to the museum and I finally made it during the 3D projection show exhibition curated by Amirali Alibhai which ran from December 27-30, 2018, 5-9pm.

3D Animated art, past performances and images were projected onto the outside white, concrete wall of the museum, while music accompanied the light show. The Light Up the Dark show, made by projection mapping, was free to watch, you just had to pay for parking. The museum also kept their permanent collection open until 9pm, free of charge, for visitors.
My favourite scenes included the moon and the sky lanterns flying into the air.
The Ismaili Centre pyramid

The Toronto museum is a home to Islamic art, Iranian art and Muslim culture located at 77 Wynford Drive in North York.

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