I went back to Toronto the past weekend to attend Nuit Blanche (means sleepless night). For those who don't know, it's an annual art show on the streets of downtown Toronto that takes place at night (7pm-7am). Artists set up exhibitions all over the streets and in buildings around the city. Many exhibitions are interactive, some are long term, short term, or already completed. It's pretty cool :]
Anyway, here are a few photos I got from the night. There isn't too much art captured, but I got a few people shots I enjoyed :]
Shot with a Fuji X100, for those who wonder!
Airships, an exhibition by some University of Toronto Engineering students and Waterloo Masters of Architecture (that's my school!) students! Played with Bulb mode... the place was dark. Really soothing. They had some blimps set up, with lights in them, and some soft music playing!
I forgot what this one was called, but it was basically a bunch of photos of sex doll faces, with a quote from different... sex doll enthusiasts next to each photo.
The Heart Machine. A really cool machine that breathed fire once "blood" reached the machines. It's best to google this one. There was a fire dancer in the middle of all the machines... I got 5 shots of her, so I decided to put them all into one "multiple exposure". Played around with blurring to create the feel of motion!
Some Street photos:
The girl in the last photo... I found her really pretty, so I took her photo :]