The latest publication from the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation (IICSI) Douglas R. Ewart’s Crepuscule: Stories of Impact is now available online and features my photography from Ewart’s community improvisation event Crepusule in Guelph and Ewart’s instrument making workshops, as well as the exhibition Crepuscule I co-curated at the Robert Langen Art gallery!

Crepuscule-catalogue cover

“Edited by IICSI Director Ajay Heble this catalogue features: essays and reflections by Michael Collins, Jeannette Hicks and Brian Lefrense, and Ed Sarath; an interview with Ewart by Ajay Heble; Ewart’s artist statement about the evolving energy that is Crepuscule; and throughout the pages are photographs from Crepuscule – Guelph – the culminating event of Ewart’s 2015-16 residency in Guelph’s Arboretum, and the subsequent participatory, multi-site, mixed-media exhibition Douglas R. Ewart’s Crepuscule at the Robert Langen Art Gallery at Wilfrid Laurier University.”

The IICSI is hosting an official book launch for Stories of Impact: Douglas R. Ewart’s Crepuscule on Friday September 13th at the Art Gallery of Guelph during the Guelph Jazz Festival and Colloquium. Douglas R. Ewart will be attendance and performing at the launch with IICSI Researcher Chris Tonelli!

Crepuscule instruments exhibition installation photo and a quote by Suzanne Luke about the Crepuscule exhibition
A page spread from the book including a statement on Crepuscule from curator Suzanne Luke and an installation image from the exhibition at Wilfrid Laurier University.

Visit the IICSI website to view and download a PDF of the book.
Or get yourself a print copy through Publication Studio.

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