Events > Exhibition

11 May - 08 Jun. 2016

Page Turning, Crinkly Sounds - No Talking

Artist
Yuula Benivolski

Video, single channel, 50min. 10 videos in total, 10 works in total.

Reception Sat. June 4th, 2016 4-6pm

Relax as Yuula Benivolski turns the pages of ten different books selected from the extensive stock available in the shop at Art Metropole.

Indulge your senses in an art-induced ASMR experience. Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or ASMR, is characterized as a pleasurable tingling in the head, scalp, spine and limbs, resulting from exposure to various auditory or visual stimuli. A growing genre of videos circulating on common clip sharing websites claim to trigger this sensation, some intentionally, others unintentionally.

See the videos online here: www.tingleheads.ca


Yuula Benivolski (born 1980, lives and works in Toronto) is a multidisciplinary artist working in photography, video, sculpture and writing. Her work investigates social behaviours, transitional states, feelings, and memory through personal narratives. She received her MFA from Concordia University in Montreal and has recently exhibited at Trinity Square Video, Videofag and Narwhal in Toronto. Her upcoming show “Signals” during CONTACT Photography festival 2016 is a large scale light installation through the windows of the now decommissioned Gibraltar Point Lighthouse.


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