Montreal artist and Concordia student Juliana Delgado will be presenting the live streamed work Three Unattending Moons at closetgallery.ca on March 29-31.
Three Unattending Moons
29-31 March, 2018
Three Unattending Moons is a three-day installation exploring the passage of time through melting ice with superimposed audio. The projected sounds combine ASMR recordings of recited poetry and writings, accidental footage and experimental music. This durational piece draws on the magnetism of the sea, on love, and the importance of time to heal all wounds.
This work is a part of a series of projects presented by Concordia undergraduate students. Other projects are by Georgia Graham (5-9 March) and Alejandro Barbosa (3-6 April). We thank FASA Concordia for generously supporting this project.
Juliana Delgado is a multimedia artist based in Montreal, QC. Her practice combines painting, sound art, installation and sculpture to allow for further explorations into site-specificity and spatial understandings of art. Delgado is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s in Painting and Drawing at Concordia University and is expected to graduate in 2020.