APRIL 13-15 AT 730 PM | $20 GENERAL/$15 MEMBERS
Working in the vein of science-fiction and borrowing ideas from
futurology, cyborgism and mycology, “Parallax” considers human being
(and feeling) at the intersection of technology and nature. It inquires into
humanity’s relation with the earth and the cosmos, encountering the
body as a mysterious amalgam of matter always on the brink of
erψn temp3st is a Canadian choreographer, film maker, and glitch artist of settler descent currently splitting their time between amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) and Tiohtià:ke (Montréal). They are engaged in practices around softness, transformation, and disruption, encountering the body as the strange ineffable site where dreams coalesce into matter and where imagination takes form. As a performer they have worked with Mile Zero Dance, K.O Dance Project, Andrea Peña, Benoît Lachambre, Project Contrabête, Camille Lacelle-Wilsey, and Nien Tzu Weng. eryn’s work has been presented by Le Festival International du Film Sur L’Art, Nextfest, Expanse, Vous Êtes Ici/You Are Here, Tangente Danse, Mile Zero Dance, and Shooting Gallery Performance Series. They have danced in experimental films by choreographer/film maker Kaitlyn Ramsden as well as in music videos for Basia Bulat, Camille Delean, and Busty and the Bass. They have received support from Circuit-est, The Edmonton Arts Council, Le Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, as well as the Canada Council for the Arts. eryn is one third of the sun sets collective, an interdisciplinary research project that explores the real and the artificial through the phenomenon of the sunset.