Videodrome 2015

Friday August 21, 2015, 8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.

Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

952 Queen Street West, Toronto

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Price $10

Videodrome 2015

Hopkins Duffield is going to have an installation this year as a part of Videodrome at at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art on Friday August 21, 2015 at 8:00pm.

Toronto’s foremost hardcore A/V event returns for it’s 10th and final installment, the last event before the closing of the MOCCA’s Queen St location.

Live A/V performances and screenings on multiple projections and 4000 watts of sound. Video party / Party video.

The Videodrome event developed by multi-media collective FAMEFAME in 2004, evolves out of the Cronenberg concept of high intensity sex and death video signal used to bio-electrically mutate viewers, this Videodrome transforms the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art into an eye-popping, raving chaos of audio-visual media excess.

“Bridging the gaps between the sofa, the club, and the gallery.”

– dropFRAME Video

“The battle for the mind of North America will be fought in the video arena, the VIDEODROME”

– Brian Oblivion, 1983

Running concurrent with the MOCCA exhibition “Queen West Yacht Club” by Dean Baldwin.

Live A/V

SΛRIN
Ouaniche
Nwotlem
Tasman Richardson
Jubal Brown

Screening

Augart
Babylon Dimanche
Bad Credit
Brett Despotovich
Clint Enns
Daeve Fellows
Dona Arbabzadeh
Dr. Neptune
Graham Kartna
Huren
Istvan Kantor
Pete O’Hearn
Talixzen
Video Samurai

Installation

Analog Preservation Network
Mark Bland
Hopkins Duffield

MOCCA

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