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Thank You!

Pillars of Light
Thank you all for your support and encouragement over the last few months as we prepared our installation Pillars of Light for Nuit Blanche Ottawa Gatineau.  We had a wonderful time in Ottawa and it was truly inspiring to see so many of you enjoying our latest work.  Pillars of Light was a great opportunity for us as artists, allowing us to draw extensively from our experiences to date, to work with new materials in a three dimensional environment, and generally challenge our existing modalities.  We learned a lot during the development process and we were thrilled to see so many of you appreciating the result of all of our efforts.

We’d like to thank Megan Smith and all of the Nuit Blanche Ottawa Gatineau organizers and volunteers for all of their tireless work putting on such an amazing event, your commitment to the arts is most inspiring and we’re so happy to have been able to participate.  We hope that we’ll be able to work with you again next year!

We’d also like to thank all of the awesome staff at Club SAW, who were very gracious and supportive hosts who not only fed us and kept us hydrated through the very long 24 hour period that we spent at the venue, but were also able to help us out whenever we asked however obscure our needs might be.

We’d very much like to thank Max Stevens-Guille for all of his technical help, wiring expertise, and assorted other technical stuff, Christine Irving for LED and lighting support, and Sheryl and Andy who once again opened their doors to us over the weekend and made us feel at home in Ottawa.

Most of all we’d like to thank all of YOU for supporting our work and coming to see Pillars of Light!  We’re truly grateful to have your support and encouragement, and we hope that you’ll all stay in touch with us in the months to come to let us know what you’re doing, and to keep up to date with what we’re doing.  We’re already planning our next installation and we hope that you’ll be there to share it with us!
Kalte Live Oct 29
In the meantime, some of you may be interested to know that we’re doing a musical performance on Tuesday October 29th at the Supermarket in Toronto as part of the monthly Ambient Ping event.  We’ll be performing a set of cold and glacial ambient electronics as our musical project Kalte, as well as some  music from our respective solo projects Akumu and mara’s torment.  We’re really looking forward to this show and we hope that we’ll see some of you there!

Thanks again to all of you for everything, we look forward to seeing you again soon!

Rik and Deane


Thanks to all of you for your support!

We’d like to thank all of you for your support over the last month of SubZeroArts Bi-Metropolitan Art Madness (heretofore referred to as SZABAM).  Staging a show is always exciting, but staging two shows in two different cities at the same time is exponentially more exciting!  We had an awesome time and we’re very grateful for all of your support and encouragement.

We’d like to extend a huge round of thanks to our new friends at New Adventures in Sound Arts who very graciously let us present “The Sound is Watching You” at their awesome space!  Darren, Nadene, Mike, and Ian were all fabulously supportive and helpful hosts, and we really enjoyed being able to hear our work in octo-phonic sound!

We’d also like to give a big thank you to our friends at Interactive Arts and SODI Designs, we had a great time collaborating with them on “Icedrops”, and we hope that we’ll have more opportunities to work with them in the future!

But most of all we’d like to thank YOU for coming out to see our shows and for all your encouraging words and support over the last month. There is nothing quite as enjoyable as being able to share our work with you, and we’re thrilled that you all enjoyed it so much!

So what’s up next for SubZeroArts? We can’t say just yet, but rest assured that we’ve already started working on some new projects for you to check out, and we hope to have some new announcements for you soon.  In the meantime you can like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter to make sure that you’re kept in the loop!

Thanks again, we’ll be seeing you soon!

Rik and Deane/SubZeroArts

P.S. SubZeroArts is 100% artist-funded, so if you’d like to support our future work with a monetary donation, we would gladly accept any contribution you might like to make — large or small — with our utmost thanks and gratitude. Visit our donations page to find out more!

Thank you Nuit Blanche Ottawa!

Congratulations Ottawa! What an amazing evening of arts and entertainment! SubZeroArts is honoured to have been part of your first Nuit Blanche and we are totally thrilled that so many visitors enjoyed LIGHTSOUNDPLAY!


We’d like to thank Megan, Lainie and Stefan of the Nuit Blanche team for inviting SubZeroArts to participate in this fantastic event, and Jason, Kathleen and everyone else at SAW Gallery for hosting us.

But most of all, we’d like to thank everybody that came out to take part in LIGHTSOUNDPLAY!, especially all of you that told your friends about us and then came back to show them that we really were as impressive as you said!

We designed LIGHTSOUNDPLAY! to be an environment created by everyone — an interactive experience that was as unique as the people that participated in it — and it was YOU that made it into such an awesome spectacle!

Thank you again. We have big plans and big ideas in store for you for 2013 and we hope that you’ll be there when they’re unveiled! Be sure to keep in touch with SubZeroArts by liking us on Facebook, or by adding us on Twitter, or by following our Tumblr.

All the best,
Rik and Deane of SubZeroArts

P.S. SubZeroArts is 100% artist-funded, so if you’d like to support LIGHTSOUNDPLAY! with a monetary donation, we would gladly accept any contribution — large or small — with our utmost thanks and gratitude. Visit our donations page to find out more.

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