At the Melting Point

Tonight’s the big night in Toronto- Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2014. After much preparation, Melting Point is ready.

Brave the cold and come to historic Fort York to experience our project live!

And if you can’t make it tonight, don’t worry, the piece has been selected for a special extended exhibition through to October 13th.

October 4 2014

All Night, Alright

We’re happy to finally be able to share the news that we’ll be presenting Melting Point, a new responsive landscape art work at this year’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche!

The installation will be at Toronto’s historic Fort York, in a zone curated by Magda Gonzalez-Mora.

We’re working with long time collaborators Jeff Lee and Omar Khan to put together this large scale piece that integrates light, sound and responsive technologies.

More details to follow…

August 29 2014



TODO in 2014

LeuWebb Projects is creating a site specific, dynamic environment as part of this year’s Toronto Design Offsite Festival.

Titled ‘Just A Reflection’, the piece will be installed at the Hunt Club studio in Toronto’s Little Italy. There will be lights, there will be mirrors, there will be doors of perception thrown wide open.

Opening reception with live performance by Dirty Inputs is Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 from 7pm-10pm. Stay tuned for more details!

 

 

 

 

December 31 2013

A Touch of Light at Nuit Blanche

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche is upon us! Be sure to stop by the Canadian Music Centre this Saturday as we premiere our latest responsive work titled A Touch of Light.

This piece needs to be seen and heard in person and the intimate performance space of the Canadian Music Centre -one of Toronto’s best-kept secrets- is the perfect venue. Live piano performance will run from 7pm to 7am.

 

 

October 4 2013

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2013 – coming up!

LeuWebb Projects is pleased to announce that we will be participating once again in Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, this time in partnership with the Canadian Music Centre.

Our project, A Touch Of Light, explores the sensual intersection of sound and sight, and acts as a visual rendition of the live performances taking place at the Canadian Music Centre during the night of Nuit Blanche.

 

Tech team masterminds Jeff Lee and Omar Khan are hard at work helping put together custom hardware controllers and breaking down the coding necessary to make all of it work.

August 31 2013

Come Up To My Room 10 Year Anniversary

Photo by David Hawe

from NOW Magazine, January 2013

LeuWebb Projects were featured in Andrew Sardone’s lovely article about Come Up To My Room’s 10 Year Anniversary (that’s us in the upper right of the pic above). 

Here’s an excerpt (below) from the NOW Magazine article. See the full article here.

 

2011: Leu Webb (Christine Leu & Alan Webb)

Originally we were hoping to do up one of the private rooms with something immersive and intimate, but we were offered the Ballroom, where the Love Design Party would be happening, instead. With Alan’s background as part of the wabi collective producing electronic music events, it was actually not a bad fit.

We centred on the idea of a cloud pulsating with the music of the party like lightning flashing in a summer sky. To create the cloud, we used a variety of weather balloons that were up to 5 feet in diameter and worked with our friends Jeff Lee and Omar Khan to install lighting inside them that would react to the music. We also wanted to integrate the DJs with the installation, so we put them in the middle of the room to let the crowd swirl around.

February 15 2013