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Post Apopcalypse Dance Party

Younger Than Beyoncé (YTB) Gallery

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June 18 , 2016

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YTB Gallery is Toronto’s newest artist-run centre. A nomadic gallery, they bring the freshest art exhibitions to the city, providing professional exhibition opportunities for Toronto artists under the age of 33. YTB Gallery will use the defunct power station as their hideaway for a massive post-apocalyptic, post-modern, immersive art dance party. Come dance till the world ends with up-and-coming Toronto DJs and art rebels. 
 

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.

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Participating Artists

 - Alex Beriault
Alex Beriault
Alex Beriault

Alexandra Beriault holds a BFA in Sculpture and Installation from OCAD University, graduating as the recipient of the 2014 Sculpture/Installation Medal. Throughout her work, she has developed a practice where the objects and circumstances she creates manifest as performative purgatorial experiences.  Beriault’s work has been featured in various publications including The Varsity (University of Toronto), C Magazine, and The Senses and Society. Since graduating, her work has exhibited with The Art Gallery of Ontario, Art Spin, Art Toronto International, The Artist Project, The Gladstone Hotel and the Ontario Science Centre. Beriault has participated in performance festivals in Italy, Newfoundland and Toronto, and currently lives/works within Toronto.

 - Alex Beriault
 - DJ Marilyn Mansion
DJ Marilyn Mansion
DJ Marilyn Mansion

Cameron Lee is a Toronto-based artist, curator, and DJ. Cameron performs as Marilyn Mansion, an alter ego who builds installations, collects ephemera and combines these using humour, making familiarity feel strange. Cameron received a Toronto Arts Council Grant for Emerging Artists in 2015 for this project. Cameron’s monthly DJ event FEMINISTRY is a queer oriented project making space for voices and visions. FEMINISTRY is an ongoing project that grows from music, fashion, writing, conversation, ideas exchange, centred by feminism; acknowledgement of difference, assertions of self-exploration and respect. Cameron is a founding member of Toronto-based gallery 8-Eleven. Cameron’s sculptural work was shown at The Power Plant, curated by Micah Lexier, and Erin Stump Projects, curated by Kristen Weckworth

 - DJ Marilyn Mansion