Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Festival of Cool at Harbourfront Centre

Site Alive Winter Edition is on at Toronto's Harbourfront Centre which is a bright light in the times of Covid. The programming includes the Festival of Cool by the Harbourfront Centre and the Waterfront BIA from 10am to 10pm - January 15 to February 7, 2021 and don't forget to follow the safety protocols.

From Harbourfront's website, "Dear 2021, please be gentle. While there are still restrictions and a lockdown happening in Toronto, it's important to stay home and stay safe, but that doesn't mean enjoying life is canceled. There is still lots happening on the waterfront from amazing restaurants you can take out or delivery from, deals and discounts and even a light exhibit for when you go out for some fresh air and exercise. The illuminated public art was installed to bring light to the waterfront during a challenging time. Harbourfront Centre security staff will be on-site to ensure health and safety protocols are followed, in accordance with the advice and guidelines of Toronto Public Health."

'Iceberg' in South Exhibition Common

"Iceberg is a playful, immersive work made up of a series of illuminated metallic arches that tell the story of an iceberg. Visitors “warm up” the ice monuments to create a visual and auditory symphony.
Creation and execution: ATOMIC3 and APPAREIL
Architecture in collaboration with Jean-Sébastien Côté and Philippe Jean
A production of the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership, created for the 3rd edition of Luminothérapie, Montreal, 2012."

'Sonic Runway' along the Boardwalk

"The Sonic Runway is a light-art installation that converts audio signals into patterns of light, shooting down a corridor of LED-lined arches more than 100-metres long at the speed of sound.
Creators: Rob Jensen, Warren Trezevant
Tour producer: Creos
Music: Classic Roots"

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