• Music
  • Installation

Ruby Singh’s Vox.Infold

Showing on Jan 20-30

Playing at Lobe Studio

Ruby Singh (Canada)

Here’s a chance to experience sound as touch, sound as atmosphere, sound as a wondrous,  enveloping presence. Drawing on both traditional and emergent musical practices, this IBPOC ensemble has created rich, powerfully expressive compositions; in their sheer range, the vocals evoke human existence in all its wondrous variety. 

Loneliness and joy, the mysterious and the supernatural—they’re all here, conveyed through 4DSOUND technology, vibroacoustic floor panels, and speakers placed across the ceiling. The sense of immersion is total, and the vibrations are so intense that they cross into the realm of touch—you feel the sound as well as hear it.

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Artist Bio

Ruby Singh

Musician, composer, filmmaker, sound designer—Ruby Singh is all these and more. Fascinated with mythos, memory, identity, and fantasy, he works in the realm where reality meets the surreal. Ruby’s personal and collaborative works have been presented across this continent, as well as in India, Germany, and the UK. Vox.Infold brings together musical luminaries Dawn Pemberton, Inuksuk Mckay, Russell Wallace, Tiffany Ayalik, Tiffany Moses, and Shamik Bilgi.

Venue

Lobe Studio

713 East Hastings Street, Vancouver BC, V6A 1R3

Showtimes

  • January 20 at 6:30-9:00
  • January 21 at 6:30-9:00
  • January 22 at 2:30-8:45
  • January 23 at 2:30-8:45
  • January 25 at 6:30-9:00
  • January 26 at 6:30-9:00
  • January 27 at 6:30-9:00
  • January 28 at 6:30-9:00
  • January 29 at 2:30-8:45
  • January 30 at 2:30-8:45

Tickets

Single Tickets: $19

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Access

Fully accessible for patrons with low vision / Sighted guides available

More information about accessibility to follow.

Credits

ORIGINAL COMPOSITION AND ARRANGEMENT BY Ruby Singh CO-CREATED AND PERFORMED BY Dawn Pemberton, Inuksuk Mckay, Russell Wallace, Tiffany Ayalik, Tiffany Moses, Shamik Bilgi and Ruby Singh INSTALLATION SUPPORT BY LOBE 4D Spatial Sound Studio RECORDED BY John Raham at Afterlife Studios DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT BY Canada Council for the Arts, BC Arts Council

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