A Hamilton-based experimental trio & two-piece drone marathon go up against Burtynsky’s darkness.
Building on three years of fruitful Night\Shift collaboration, KWAG has invited the festival to program its current featured exhibit – Ed Burtynsky’s Infinite Change – with musical acts that tap the same emotional range as the images: alluring yet unsettling; mysterious but poignant; equal parts raw and polished. Performers will play off the concrete floor in the main gallery – two experimental bands that both hurt and heal.
7:30ish \\ GlassEYElashes \\ glasseyelashes.bandcamp.com
9ish \\ Mooons \\ Their debut recording on Soundcloud!
Night\Shift Placehacking Festival’s deep roster of 2016 musical performers is generously brought to you by the Downtown Kitchener BIA, which supports a variety of local cultural organizations, entrepreneurs and artists in their efforts to make our city a better place to be.
Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery (101 Queen St. N.)
Sat Nov 5th \\ 7:30-11pmish