TimeLine will guide the audience through an interstitial space between the material dimension of the city and the emergent worlds of imagination. The audience will follow a personal musical journey presented as an indeterminate story and broadcasted across live telephone lines. By solving both musical and urban puzzles, the further contents of the story path are revealed. They discover themselves at the centre of an experiment in inter-dimensional travel, for which sound is revealed as a keystone of movement between dimensions and through time.
This $25,000 residency is offered by Turbulent and CQAM with the financial participation of the Conseil des arts de Montréal (CAM). The jury was composed of members of the Turbulent team, the Conseil des arts de Montréal and CQAM, who deliberated last May.
“I congratulate Peter on obtaining the CQAM-Turbulent 2019 residency. This is already in its 4th edition and I am very proud of the impact it is having on Turbulent and the Montreal artistic community. I welcome Peter to Turbulent. We are very excited to collaborate with him on TimeLine,” said Marc Beaudet, President of Turbulent.