An Evening with Lillevan


Presented by the Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media & Design program at OCAD and Goethe-Institut Toronto

 
DateThursday, October 30, 2008 - 10:30pm

Cost

Free; open to everyone

Location

Central Hall (Room 230) 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario

Lillevan is co-founder of the visual audio group Rechenzentrum (1997–2008), whose performances and DVD releases have been acclaimed by critics and audiences alike for taking visual music, animation, bricolage and film manipulation to new levels. Involved in film, animation and music since early childhood, Lillevan’s collaborations and solo works are often described as an exploration of the history of cinema which search for new relationships between viewer and screen, between reality and the projected image. His experimental combinations of new and old technologies and creation of new installation and projection techniques has introduced innovative new approaches to the live performance film genre. Often, performances are combined with lectures, talks and workshops. Lillevan’s more recent work explores the relationships between the history of light, the evolution of the eye and cinematic development, and questions the archeology of media, studies of perception, and history of technical visualization. Lillevan has collaborated with many acclaimed international artists working in many genres, including club culture and classical music, dance, theatre and opera, performance and installation art, as well as in academic settings. He has performed and lectured all over the world at various festivals and events in Europe, Asia, North America and South America, including ARS Electronica and Transmediale in Germany, Mutek in Montreal, and Dis-Patch in Belgrade, Serbia. For more information about Lillevan, visit www.lillevan.com.

All are welcome; admission is free. Limited seating available; guests are advised to arrive early.

DateThursday, October 30, 2008 - 10:30pm

Cost

Free; open to everyone

Website Location

Central Hall (Room 230) 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario

Integrated Media instructor Cliff Caines’ latest film Workhorse will have its world premiere at the 2019 RIDM - Montreal International Documentary Festival.
A fun chance to make a pin and unwind as the fall semester draws to a close! 
Students and faculty from the Design Abroad: Costa Rica course invite you to attend the Design Abroad Exhibition.
Contemporary Exhibit Design students in Bev Dywan’s class are creating installations about identity at the ROM for one night only. 
Art + Practice Workshops: PHOTOGRAPHY with Ruth Kaplan
Hints, tips, find roommates, information and services...
Come and learn more about this tool so that you can spend less time on accounting and more time doing the work you love.
"While honey bees get most of the credit, a considerable amount of agricultural pollination is performed by wild bees. In Toronto, backyard fruits and vegetables are pollinated mostly by wild bees. So, it is a good thing that there are over 350 species living within the GTA" - Bees of Toronto: A Guide to their Remarkable World, City of Toronto
Join artist Pamila Matharu for a screening of stuck between an archive and an aesthetic followed by a conversation between the artist and Gabrielle Moser about the generation of this work. 
Join us for a film screening of The Fifth Region, followed by a conversation with filmmaker Aeyliya Husain and film subjects Nancy Saunders and Joshua Stribbell.
Lillevan
Thursday, October 30, 2008 - 10:30pm

Lillevan is co-founder of the visual audio group Rechenzentrum (1997–2008), whose performances and DVD releases have been acclaimed by critics and audiences alike for taking visual music, animation, bricolage and film manipulation to new levels. Involved in film, animation and music since early childhood, Lillevan’s collaborations and solo works are often described as an exploration of the history of cinema which search for new relationships between viewer and screen, between reality and the projected image. His experimental combinations of new and old technologies and creation of new installation and projection techniques has introduced innovative new approaches to the live performance film genre. Often, performances are combined with lectures, talks and workshops. Lillevan’s more recent work explores the relationships between the history of light, the evolution of the eye and cinematic development, and questions the archeology of media, studies of perception, and history of technical visualization. Lillevan has collaborated with many acclaimed international artists working in many genres, including club culture and classical music, dance, theatre and opera, performance and installation art, as well as in academic settings. He has performed and lectured all over the world at various festivals and events in Europe, Asia, North America and South America, including ARS Electronica and Transmediale in Germany, Mutek in Montreal, and Dis-Patch in Belgrade, Serbia. For more information about Lillevan, visit www.lillevan.com.

All are welcome; admission is free. Limited seating available; guests are advised to arrive early.

Venue & Address: 
Central Hall (Room 230) 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario
Cost: 
Free; open to everyone
Ignite Imagination - The Campaign for OCAD U

Please be advised that OCAD U hosted events may be documented through photographs and video. These images may be used by the University for promotional, advertising, and educational purposes. By participating in our events, both on campus and off-site, you consent to allowing OCAD University to document and use your image and likeness. However, if you do not want us to use a photo or video of you or your child, please don’t hesitate to let us know when you arrive at the event. You’re also welcome to get in touch with OCAD University’s Marketing & Communications office: communications@ocadu.ca.

Be mindful of those in our community who have scent sensitivities; please help OCAD U maintain a healthy, scent-free campus.