“Streamy Windows” by Oliver Husain


Oliver Husain’s Streamy Windows is a real-time experimental choreography from garages live to your kitchen. Doors, windows, passages form a set of rules for dancers and performers to move, press, dip and stretch through and against. Oliver Husain invites viewers to join a public television style variety show, featuring multiple channels, digital glitches, vertical blinds, and virtual puppets. 

Tune in online:
Thursday, October 29, 7pm

Presented by the Art Museum at the University of Toronto as part of Immaterial Architecture (online), a series of newly commissioned works specially conceived for the screen-space. Featuring new works by Oliver Husain, Maïder Fortuné and Annie MacDonell, Jon Sasaki, and Skawennati and curated by Yan Wu.