Photo Gallery: RTA students organize interactive gallery inspired by Canadian music

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A group of media production students organized an interactive art exhibit called “Murmurs” for their final thesis project at the Great Hall on Feb. 11.

There were 28 art installations which incorporated light, sound, projection mapping, 3D printing and multimedia. What makes this exhibit stand out is the fact that all exhibits were inspired by five Canadian songs: Blue Hawaii’s “In Two I/II”, Magical Cloubz’ “Childhood’s End”, River Tiber’s “No Talk”, Rochelle Jordan’s “401” and Tasseomancy’s “Up You Go, Little Smoke.”

Photos courtesy of Jake Scott.

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