“Dropping mystery, light and beauty into the urban/suburban wild”

Toronto Nuit Blanche at the Gladstone Hotel: Fly By Night - Into the WildOnly 6 days left until we install my new experiment at the Gladstone Hotel.
Lower Green Roof: Luminance by Helen Yung – “Up in the back, behind the Gladstone, where it’s dark. You’ll see.” Luminance is about dropping mystery, light and beauty into the urban/suburban wild. A scenographer and writer by training, Helen Yung makes art in the form of installations, interactions, and interventions. Helen’s work involves varying combinations of scenography, storytelling, surprises, humour, public participation, images, craftwork, text, new media, and sound. Current projects include: hybrid puppetry, Experiential Marginalia, and art for shopping malls.
I’ve been swamped with work — love that verb, “swamped” — and neglected to update my project description on the Gladstone’s website. Oops.
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One response to ““Dropping mystery, light and beauty into the urban/suburban wild”

  1. Pingback: Drink ’til 4am at the Gladstone Hotel this Saturday (Nuit Blanche) | Helen Yung·

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