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Phantasmagoria An exploration of Victorian image projection and early cinematic technology. PHANTASMAGORIA is a pilot project at the Dalnavert Museum that explores the history of film, photography, video, and interdisciplinary media art practice and engages audiences through art installation in the context of a historical, Victorian home. Featured artists: Danishka Esterhazy, Noam Gonick, Irene Bindi, Aston Coles, Andrew Milne, Doreen Girard, and more! HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: The Victorian era gave rise to the invention of photography and the beginnings of early cinema. One popular means of display for early imagery was the phantasmagoria show – an exhibition of projected images, which evolved from the magic lantern projections first seen in the early 1800s. More than just a display of random images, the ghostly nature of the medium invited phantasmagoria shows to sometime use macabre themes to create exciting and uncanny optical illusions. Event Dates October 23 - November 7, 2010 Sun, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat Address Organization: Dalnavert Museum Dalnavert Museum, 61 Carlton Street Hours Museum hours:Wednesday - Friday @ 11am - 4pm, Saturday @ 11am - 6pm, Sunday @ 12pm - 4pm Accessibility Yes Contact Information Phone: 204.943.2835 URL: Ticket Information $5 Adults, $4 Seniors, $3 Students Back. Event Details. Location: 61 Carlton Street
@t andrew milne, optical illusions, interdisciplinary media