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ISSUE NO.8

FEBRUARY 2022

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A Very Fine Art

One of the most special parts of tattooing is that the art can outlive the maker but very rarely is preserved beyond the life of the canvas.” 
Madeline Audsley

Showcasing the female perspective within the tattoo industry.

SIX FEMALE TATOO ARTISTS ON 
A MALE-DOMINATED INDUSTRY

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Anthony Barfield

I don't really see too many people occupying the space that are literally, straight-up, combining classical with what we know as the hip-hop idiom.

The New York composer on the barriers for diversity in orchestral music

CLASSICAL COMPOSER  BRANCHING OUT
NEW YORK

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Jiggy Puzzles

“There’s something about the analog, tactile nature of building something with your hands, piece by piece, that feels both relaxing
and rewarding.”

Meet the new resident artists at Immersive Van Gogh NY

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
NEW YORK

Artists-in-Residence

Meet Lighthouse Immersive's
Artists-in-Residence

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Tony Taylor

“People often say my version of the Queen as a corgi is quite flattering.”

Toronto artist with a unique take on portraiture

HEADS WILL ROLL
TORONTO

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LeTitle

“Spatial characteristics such as narrow and winding alleys, the smell of old iron, and their situation just before being kicked out of their lifelong workplaces, made us want to express more than just dance.”

An Emerging Dance Community in Seoul

AN EMERGING DANCE COMMUNITY 
SEOUL

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A Walk With Amal

“This event was not only eye-catching, it was immersive, and it could well be a catalyst for kindness and significant social change. On the surface, The Walk is Amal’s story, but if we look closer, it is a living study of how we treat ‘strangers’.”

A living study of how we treat strangers.

A LIVING STUDY OF HOW WE TREAT STRANGERS
ON THE ROAD

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Greater Toronto Art 2021

With a selection of new media, mixed with skewed traditional techniques, the exhibit delivers a spectrum of contemporary visual art in the city.

MoCA’s on contemporary art

MoCA’S ON CONTEMPORARY ART
TORONTO

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Morgan Davison

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Mikhail Baryshnikov

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Kristy Gordon

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Lynn H. Lesson

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Robert Lepage

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Toby Olié

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Immersive Klimt

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Camille Thomas

Constantine Orbelian

Gustavo Gimeno

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Paola Prestini

“One of the main characters in the opera is a robot that’s essentially being built through an international research, culture, and technology project.”

 On Collaboration, Community, and Technology

A MULTIMEDIA COMPOSER
NEW YORK

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Fridamania 

Lighthouse Immersive’s Frida: Immersive Dream transports you to the center of  Fridando—known by Frida Kahlo’s fans as the state of living like Frida.

Open Your Eyes to the Humanity, Audacity, and Mexicanity

ENTER THE IMMERSIVE DREAM
A LIGHTHOUSE IMMERSIVE EXHIBIT

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Miriam Cahn

“Cahn leaves the audience’s feelings to the audience, as what we see may not be what we feel.”

Swiss artist, Miriam Cahn, makes her North American debut at Toronto’s Power Plant

AT THE POWER PLANT
TORONTO

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Emily D’Angelo

“As far as my style, it’s important to note that nothing happens in a vacuum. That’s the beauty of it. As you work with certain people, you discover different parts of yourself and learn new things.”

The Mezzo-Soprano with a Curatorial Flair reflects on her big year

A MEZZO-SOPRANO WITH A CURATORIAL FLAIR
BERLIN

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Fehinti Balogun

“It’s often the case that people remember how you made them feel more than they remember what you say.”

In conversation with Fehinti Balogun; actor, playwright, poet, and the creator of Can I Live?

PRESENTS CAN I LIVE?
LONDON

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On Nodate

With a selection of new media, mixed with skewed traditional techniques, the exhibit delivers a spectrum of contemporary visual art in the city.

Open-air tea ceremony

OPEN-AIR TEA CEREMONY
TOKYO

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Hayao Miyazaki

Curatorial and design have to come together and really work hand in hand towards the same goal to make a truly successful exhibition together.” Exhibitions Curator, Jessica Niebel

Designing the Hayao Miyazaki exhibit at The Academy Museum.

A STUDIO GHIBLI EXHIBIT
LOS ANGELES

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A Close-Up On Costumes

Clothes have immense power and presence, and can elevate a performance from moving to mesmeric. To the audience, they are the first impression we have of a person.

A look inside New York’s “Showstoppers!” costume exhibition

MEET NEW YORK’S COSTUMIERS
NEW YORK CITY