Tuesday, September 29, 2009

FUNKTION FUNCTION at Bloor/Lansdowne Saturday October 3, 7pm-7am

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Bloor/Lansdowne announces a beehive of interactive art activity for Scotia Bank Nuit Blanche 2009

FUNKTION FUNCTION is an all-night art exhibition which will highlight the unique sub-cultural art forms of local West Toronto artists - wall-art, live projection, toybox mechanics, all-night vintage camp-in, and music animate the Bloor/Lansdowne neighbourhood from sunset to sunrise, Saturday, October 3, 2009.

FUNKTION FUNCTION Participants
The Faceless Few Collective Plywood Prisms & Paint all-night paintwork structures creating four urban corners
EmCee Rae New Digital Technologies explorationof the function of digital technology in the production and consumption of modern music meets the street
69 Vintage All-Night Vintage Camp-In chill zone downstairs at 1234 Bloor
Loft Youth Program Small Social enterprise Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre creates on-site sculptural installation
Joel Richardson 4x8s : Wall of Saints richardson's tech and paint crew canonize the attending multitudes
Roaming Musical Act Guerilla Puppets roving marching band
Katie Graham Painted Ladies storefront vaudeville; pull up a sidewalk and be entertained
Maux Man Toybox Mechanics ugly beautiful and bombastic toybox constructions

FUNKTION FUNCTION

Date: Saturday October 3 to Sunday October 4, 2009, 6:55pm to 7am

Location: Bloor Street West @ Margueretta (between Lansdowne & Dufferin) see map

Free admission For more information:

www.annhomanART.com
www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca