EN MASSE (meaning “as a whole”) mural by artists, Jason Botkin, MC Baldassari, Takashi Iawasaki, Jade Rennie-Harper, Storm Angeconeb, Matea Radic, and Jay Cabredo. A collaborative mural in Winnipeg’s North End on Main Street added for Wall-to-Wall in September 2017.
Mural Nibaa, by artist Mike Valcourt, on the public safety building in the Exchange District. The piece is dedicated to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls was fully unveiled on Sept. 30, 2017.
Displayed at the Wall-to-Wall: place no place event at LANTERN is a piece by Katherine Boyer called “Rug”. The piece is 6 feet in diameter and is made from natural thread, yarn and materials from Metis land. The design is representative of Metis culture as in Metis tradition the home faces north and is near a river.
Suzanne Kite (Kite) is an Oglala Lakota Performance Artist from Los Angeles. At Wall-to-Wall: place no place, she performs her piece “People You Must Look At Me” a performance that makes full use of a digitally mapped space while using interactive sound and video. Kite uses an instrument attached to her body that has sensors and connected to speakers to create vibrations throughout the room. She creates an atmosphere of both real and unreal by connecting the physical space with sound, motion, visuals and vibrations.
Super Duty Tough Work and Studio 393 collaborating for a performance at Wall-to-Wall Finale Pt. 1 as a part of Nuit Blanche. The fast paced performance got the crowd dancing and jumping along.
Hoop Dancer Shanley Spence at Wall-to-Wall Finale Pt. 1 performing with DJ Shub near the Aqua Lungs mural. She believes hoop dancing provides healing to both the performer and the viewer.