OCAD University powers up the Hearn with deeply sensory experiences. Generated from the powerful imaginations of OCAD U students and faculty, Prescience is a multifaceted exploration of embodiment, spectacle and speculation. From the human primordial mark through to the human data set, OCAD U inhabits the Hearn with perceptual trickery, hallucinogenic iconographies, ingenious soma-esthetics, engaging play & cybernetics, virtual reality, spatial audio, performance and more!
From the Digital Futures Program
Lee Jones, Hector Centeno Garcia, Hart Sturgeon Reed and Katie Kotler
From the Faculty of Art
Cat Bluemke, Trudy Erin Erin Elmore, Margaux Smith, Bonnie Tung, and Tough Guy Mountain, with faculty members Nicole Collins, Anda Kubis and Jennie Suddick
Arts Partners at the Hearn: Sharing the Space
After 10 years of partnering with arts organizations, venues and cultural groups across the city, Luminato Festival will manage and run its own unique venue. The Festival is curating a series of performance events and artistic activations with arts partners from across the city, celebrating Luminato’s long history of working with arts organizations and cultural partners in Toronto in a new way: by sharing at the lowest possible cost the infrastructure and space we’re building.