Hear about Zeesy Powers' animated, interactive room-scale VR game, currently in development in TAIS Studios – then experience it for yourself!

Artist Talk: Zeesy Powers

Saturday, June 3, 2017
6:00pm - 7:30pm

at Gamma Space, 862 Richmond Street West

Zeesy Powers will speak about her new animated, interactive VR game currently in development at TAIS Studios.

Building from her previous animated work with watercolour paintings that transform everyday spaces into fantastic environments, Powers will speak about her process of transitioning her sensibilities in performance and 2D visual art into an experimentation with 3D animation processes.

Powers’ new work is invested in inspiring viewer interpretation, so audiences will have opportunity to interact with the work as part of this event!

Following the talk and play session, you are invited to stay for the Different Games afterparty, hosted by Gamma Space. It’s free!

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About Zeesy Powers

Zeesy Powers is a multi-disciplinary artist who lives and works in Toronto. Powers works with moving images and text in her artistic practice, exploring how technology impacts our lived experience and mediates our relationship to the cultural and natural systems that support and shape society.

Powers has performed and exhibited at venues including PS 122 (New York), CCA Kitkyushu (Japan), The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery (Toronto), and the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto). Her animations and video works have screened internationally. Powers’ animated projections for dancer Emily Law premiered in November 2016 at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre. In 2016, Powers was the Artist in Residence at Studio XX in Montréal where she developed a code-based video installation using the Python programming language. In 2015, she was an Artist in Residence at the Toronto Public Library where she produced “Children’s Story”, a complex multimedia projection performance with the children from diverse nearby communities. In 2014, her first collection of short stories was published by WAAP, entitled Eight Stories. Powers is an alumni of the Banff Centre’s New Media Institute Program (2010), Japan’s CCA Kitakyushu Research Program (2009) and OCAD University (2007).



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