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When: Saturday, June 18, 2016, from 7 to 10 pm
Where: Glasstronomy Studios, 2600 John St., Unit 108, Markham ON L3R 3W3 (between Don Mills Rd. and Woodbine Ave.)
Why: To raise funds for advocacy, awareness, education, and to support those affected by Schizophrenia
This not-for-profit social event is open to anyone, but especially Studio customers, members, and their friends and families. Sensorama is an evening of experiences, an opportunity to get together and explore hearing, sight, smell, taste, and touch in a fun and creative way. Participants can work with clay and glass, paint on a collaborative canvas, contribute to electronic sound stylings and absorb the unique sounds of Denouement, sample food and beverages, test their olfactory abilities, view the collaborative glass sculptures that some of members contributed elements to, and more.
Tickets are available in Studio with $20 from each ticket sold going to the Schizophrenia Society of Canada. You can also reserve tickets by calling 905.415.9777 with credit card information. You can make in person ticket purchases with cash, debit, Mastercard, or Visa.
Ticket prices – member purchased tickets | $60 OR non-member purchased tickets | $75
Thank you for your support!
The newly created duo, Denouement (aka David Shelly and Lawrence Kolasa), is working on their triptych, From Time To Time, a journey through the inner and outer reaches of sound as it interacts with the day-to-day environment. Featuring the virtuoso Treeotica stylings of David, and the subtle mixology of Lawrence this work provides an interface between a walk through the city and a journey into the labyrinthine world of the Shaman's Journey.
Glasstronomy Studios is grateful for the generous contributions of David Shelly and Lawrence Kolasa to Sensorama.
Listen to a sample of Denouement's unique sound:
David Shelly is a creative curio wrapped in bubble wrap and hides in a curio cabinet. Beside him on the shelf are trace memories of his creative journey on earth. One trace artifact is a tree branch who dreamt she was a musical instrument. David came to her aid and laid her roots inside a guitar FX peddle in the sand. Years passed and one night she saw David in the forest lit by the moon light. She laid her new form on the path for him to discover. By and by, David found a purpose in his life by her spirit coming to his aid. He continues on a musical odyssey as an accidental musician.
Click here for more information on David and the Treeotica.
Lawrence Kolasa is a Toronto based mathematician with an abiding fascination in musical soundscapes and their transformations. As chief mixologist at Red Light Studios in Toronto, he looks for the sound behind the sound, the sound within the sound and the sound between the sounds. Presently he divides his time between an ever evolving uncovering of the interplay between mathematics and music and surreptitious soundscape design.
Denouement sound and images reproduced by kind permission of Lawrence Kolasa and David Shelly.