PLAYHOUSE: Invisible City
Photo: Justin Main
Domanique Grant’s music album PLAYHOUSE will be brought to life by taking you through an interactive play space that reimagines the meaning of “home” in Toronto’s hidden public housing neighborhoods.
The installation is an immersive and interdisciplinary playspace that engages music, architecture, scenic design and performance art.
PLAYHOUSE: Invisible City, is inspired by Domanique Grant's debut Indie-pop EP album that explores the millennial generation's concept of home in Canadian cities.
Musical performances will animate the interactive space between 9pm-1am.
Producer Singer-Songwriter Domanique Grant
Design collaboration with Javid Jah, Carol-Ann Apilado, Meredith Wolting, Wesley McKenzie, Michelle Tracy.
Urban Design, Architecture, Interactive Media, Performance Art and Music
LegendCentury of Revolutions Taking to the Streets Life on Neebahgeezis Calculating the Unforeseen Independent Projects Major Institutions Special Projects Event Centre
301 Adelaide Street West
Mature content, suitable for audiences 14+
Between 9pm-1am Domanique Grant will bring her album to life through whats been called a magical modern pop experience featuring live harpists and more. Times: 9:15pm, 9:45pm, 10:15pm, 10:45pm, 11:15pm, 11:45pm, 12:15pm, 12:45pm, 1:15pm
This project is indoors.