A floating residency during in/future
Sep 16 12:00 PM
Sep 17 12:00 PM
Throughout the festival, different artists will take up residency in the last remaining Swan Boat owned by Ontario Place. Keep your eyes peeled for performances, readings, musical ensembles and more as the boat and its artists vary from day to day.
Coman Poon is a longtime community cultivator and collaborator, curator-producer, arts journalist, dramaturg, performance devisor and installation artist who varyingly integrates/juxtaposes a post-secular ritual practice with his passion for urbanism, social justice and the expressive arts.
Monday to Friday: performance activation will start at the swan boat (moored across from the Cinesphere) at 6:30pm and proceed to different sites in the West Island.
Weekends: performance activation will start at the swan boat at (moored across from the Cinesphere) at 12:30pm and proceed to different sites in the West Island.
Christine Duncan & The Element Choir
Look out for Christine Duncan and a rotating list of members form The Element Choir as they serenaded visitors to in/future with their unique and wonderfully experimental blend of abstract vocalizations.
Sunday, Sept. 18 @ 4pm - Christine Duncan, James Bailey, Jackson Welchner, Laura Swankey
Friday, Sept. 23 @ 8pm - Christine Duncan, John Creson, Adam Rosen, Laura Swankey
Saturday, Sept. 24 @ 8pm - Christine Duncan, John Creson, Adam Rosen, Aki Takahashi
Sunday, Sept 25 @ 2:30pm - Christine Duncan, James Bailey, Jackson Welchner, Jocelyn Barth
Michael Louis Johnson
Swan Boat Serenades and sunset every night until the end of the in/future.
Then join Michael on the beach for songs and ghost stories by the campfire every night until the end of the festival.