Overview: NAISA in Pictures
July 1 - Sept. 27, 2015
Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Warbler's Roost event space, 3785D Eagle Lake Rd, South River, ON
For directions go to http://warblersroost.ca/contact/
NAISA In Pictures is a selection of photographic prints, made using both analog and digital cameras, that document New Adventures In Sound Art (NAISA) concerts, performers, composers, and participants since 2000. Composition, texture, and colour are terms that are equivalent in music and images, and Stefan A. Rose has met the challenge of capturing the essence of events in time, with the split-second precision of photography. His images parallel the performances, inhabiting a world of light and motion, shadow and stillness. This spectrum of visible and near-visible, the apparent and suggested, points to environments imbued with metaphor, memory, and meaning.
Stefan A. Rose is a photographer, poet, and video artist, who explores psycho-geographic themes using analog and digital formats. Stefan received his BSc. and BFA degrees from Mount Allison University. He has been a documentary photographer since 1997 for Toronto and Kitchener-Waterloo new music organizations. Five of his video artworks were commissioned by the Penderecki String Quartet to accompany performances in Canada and around the world. Anchorage Press published his poetry chapbook "The House That Stands," winning a 2008 Alcuin Society Canadian Book Design Award. He was the 2010 City of Kitchener Artist In Residence, and lives in Waterloo, Ontario with his wife, artist Laura De Decker. http://www.stefanrose.ca
NAISA in Pictures (opens in new window), part of Sound Travels 2015.