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Common Collective: 40-Tonne Viewfinder

Curated by Pan Wendt, this immersive audio-visual installation is housed in a repurposed grain bin, by the Ontario-based multimedia collective.

Common Collective is a network of audio/visual artists residing in Stratford, Hamilton and Montreal. Simon brothers, Jeremey Cox, Nick Kuepfer, Luke Mistruzzi, and Mark Preston work collaboratively to design and build multimedia, multi-sensory environments combining analog and digital technologies. Multidisciplinary in their approach, their installations employ a variety of animation, original film and photography, prop-building and set design, as well as integrated and interactive sound and video.

Photo credit: Common Collective: 40-Tonne Viewfinder - Common Collective, grain bin used for 40-Tonne Viewfinder, 2023.

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