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Generate exhibition and showcase at CMJ

Sat Oct 25, 2014 19:00 - Sat Oct 25, 2014

Brooklyn, New York
United States of America

The massive event space at Immersive Gallery will highlight an innovative selection of artists using Generate, a creative, mobile tool for digital production on October 25 at 132 Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn. With the hope to inspire a new generation of visual based art made using the smartphone, Generate is being used by an international creative community at events around the world.

Come celebrate the launch of Generate Pro at a CMJ Showcase.

FREE Entrance with Facebook RSVP and OPEN BAR
or $10 after 8:30PM

Featuring artists we've been working with behind the scenes using Generate Pro including music performances accompanied by live-visuals, a screening of music videos by Michael Brock, Sergio Levels, Grand Theft and Pretty Lights, and an exhibition of over 20 printed stills and video projections.

Line up

Starting at 7PM, an exhibition of international artwork produced using Generate will be on display. The collection reveals some of the best creative work produced by professional artists and active users.

At 8:30PM, don’t miss our music video showcase including screenings of Michael Brock’s, Denim Jacket alongside videos made by Sergio Levels, Pretty Lights and DJ Grandtheft. Generate’s music video production using the audioreactive music library and visual filters, signaling a shift in mobile recording.

From 9PM until midnight, we’re capping the night off with audiovisual performances by critically-lauded electronic musicians Graze, Michael Brock, Project Pablo, Ben Stevenson and Sabota.

Generate is free to download on iOS and Android.



Fri May 04, 2007 00:00

People doing strange things
with electricity
(Toronto Franchise)

FRIDAY May 4, 2007@7:30 PM 576 Ossington Ave


LORENA SALOME(electronics)

Lorena Salome was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2003, she moved to Toronto, where she finished her Bachelor in Fine Arts at OCAD- Ontario College of Art and Design. Her work has been presented in Canada, Argentina, Colombia Mexico, Brazil, Germany and the United States. She makes use of different technologies -video, electronics and mechanics- for her artwork. She now livesin Toronto.

PHILIP RAE(light bombing)

Philip has been developing what he calls Light Bombing, a digital alternative to graffiti art. In response to political issues surrounding the acceptance of traditional graffiti, a permanent painting in public view. Phil decided to push the boundaries of this acceptance and develop a less permanent but still publicly accessible form of graffiti. This has resulted in a project he calls, Light Bombing. Using traditional aesthetics and artistic development of graffiti, Phil has digitized this artform. He projects this artwork through a digital projector, throwing his graffiti across the city on night light missions.


Michelle Irving is a media artist working in video and sound and recently completed an MA at the School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University. Her music is featured in the internationally acclaimed documentary "The Corporation" and award winning documentary "Scared Sacred." She has presented her audio/visual work in multiple contexts internationally including artist-run spaces, galleries, festivals, and electronic music venues. Her music is released under the artist alias Granny'Ark on Zora Lanson Label (Berlin), and netlabel Interdisco

BYOB. As always Dorkbot Toronto is free and open to the public. RAIN OR SHINE this will be the first ever Dorkbot Toronto houseparty!