The Progenitor Guardians
By: Lorraine Parow, photographer.
I DID IT! I submitted an exhibit to Nuit Rose 2017, answering the Question: “What Lies Between Venus and Mars?” My submission secured a winning space in The Nuit Rose festival.
The Progenitor Guardians will be installed on June 15, 2017, and unveiled to the public the same evening.
Show at LOCATIONS:
‘ART BAR’ Toronto
Installation Concept: Lorraine Parow
Design: Lorraine Parow
Photography: Lorraine Parow
This installation of photographic imagery is exploring the nebulae of timelessness in a peaceful suspended universe.
The Progenitor Guardians are travelers in the infinite light of the cosmos. They appear to be evolved from ancestry to descendant in a continuum, transported and floating in suspended animation.
It is a story that is ‘other worldly’ within a world view of ‘womb weightless’ they are floating in the great big blue.
The Guardians reveal the connection of a quiet coming home, a reminder of peace, suggesting perhaps, this is the original home we all share.
They are our DNA memory floating and suspended. They are one with this infinite memory and they know this victory.
Theme: What Lies Between Here and Venus?
Parow’s Answer: Home and Peace
NUIT ROSE is a free annual festival that showcases provocative, cutting edge work by diverse local and international artists, and engages communities, art lovers, residents and visitors to Toronto in unique experiences with contemporary art across the city. Nuit Rose returns for its fourth spectacular year on SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 2017. The theme of Nuit Rose 2017 is What Lies Between Venus and Mars? Participants can expect transformational encounters with contemporary art on one unforgettable night.
Nuit Rose takes place in both indoor and outdoor spaces in two Toronto neighbourhoods: West Queen West (West Zone) and the Church-Wellesley Village (East Zone). Both of these neighbourhoods have rich and diverse activist, visual art, and cultural history.