Yoko Ono piece coming to Vancouver

Yoko Ono circa 1967. Mirrorpix/Courtesy Everett Collection.

A 50-year-old installation by Yoko Ono is coming to Vancouver.

Mend Piece is an “instructional work… Illustrating Ono’s long-standing artistic quest in social activism and world peace,” according to presenter the Rennie Museum.

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Yoko Ono piece coming to Vancouver

Take a tour through a virtual Vancouver

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A new art installation lets visitors take a virtual trip through the Vancouver of the past.

The work by Vancouver artist Stan Douglas takes the form of a cube. Visitors step into the cube, which is located in the atrium of the SFU Woodward’s building, and are immediately transported to a Vancouver that is both familiar and deeply strange.

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Take a tour through a virtual Vancouver

New Forms Festival Sept 13 – 16

Meek Odyssey

Meek Odyssey performs at New Forms Festival 12. Photo credit: Meek Odyssey

Want your mind challenged, your third eye opened and your dancing feet stimulated?

The New Forms Festival, now in its 12th year, brings together musicians, visual artists and makers-of-things, including scientists, engineers and designers. All pool their resources, skills and knowledge for mind-blowing art installations and performances.

Where else can you see a Mixmaster repurposed as a drawing machine and catch a set by an influential UK DJ/producer?

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New Forms Festival Sept 13 – 16