UNIPLEX: Multimedia Explorations in Geometry, Symmetry, and Transformation
- Artists: Elham Fatapour, Ebru Kur, Cesar Melo, Konrad Karczewski, Justin Ho, Hoi Ching Chiu (Natalie), Georgia Acheampong, Ashley Aalto, Tristan Bolton
- Medium: Multimedia Installation
- Project Type: Independent Projects
- Neighbourhood: Etobicoke
“UNIPLEX” is an immersive interdisciplinary installation that explores personal growth and unity through geometric shapes, blending diverse art forms, captivating, and inspiring viewers beyond gallery walls.
L Space Gallery
- Address: 19 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
- Physical Access: Wheelchair accessible
- Indoors/Outdoors: Indoors
This interdisciplinary art installation delves into the concept of personal growth, achievement, and the unification of diverse elements in perfect harmony. Developed in response to the theme of “Breaking Ground” this immersive experience employs geometric hard-edge shapes to captivate and inspire viewers. Going beyond the confines of traditional gallery walls, this installation encompasses a multi-dimensional approach, blending 2D, 3D, and augmented reality (AR) art forms in an interactive manner. By transforming the space into a captivating realm, “UNIPLEX” invites visitors to engage with the artwork on an experiential level, evoking a sense of wonder and introspection. Inspired by the inherent beauty found in geometry and diversity, this project serves as a celebration of the harmonious coexistence of contrasting elements. Through carefully crafted floor installations, vibrant mural paintings, and sculptures brought to life through viewer interaction and AR, the installation unfolds as a mesmerizing visual symphony that emphasizes both the diversity and interconnectedness of all things.
Elham Fatapour, Toronto, Canada
Ebru Kur, Toronto, Canada
Cesar Melo, Toronto, Canada
Konrad Karczewski, Toronto, Canada
Justin Ho, Toronto, Canada
Hoi Ching Chiu (Natalie), Toronto, Canada
Georgia Acheampong, Toronto, Canada
Ashley Aalto, Toronto, Canada
Tristan Bolton, Toronto, Canada
Humber Galleries and Humber’s Centre for Creative Business Innovation are pleased to partner with the City of Toronto’s annual Nuit Blanche event by establishing the Nuit Blanche Fellowship. Under the supervision and mentorship of a Creative Producer and Humber Galleries staff, a team of multi-disciplinary students and alumni are invited to explore their individual artistic talents, while working together on the ideation and production of a single and dynamic artistic project inspired by Nuit Blanche’s curatorial theme.