The 2011 edition of Toronto’s all-night-art-thing, Nuit Blanche, saw Cinema 1 of TIFF Bell Lightbox filled to the brim with bits, bytes, and beats as a mix of live music and giant-screen video games came together on stage.
This night was curated by members of the TIFF’s Gaming and New Media Think Tank, in partnership with Site 3 coLaboratory who are built the orchestras chiptune instruments and other special electronic chiptunes noisemakers from scratch, by hand! Special thanks to mrghosty
How to Bake A Nuit-Blanche
A handy video-recipe courtesy of the TIFF Bell Lightbox’s Content Capture Department on what it takes to make a rockin’ Nuit Blanche project. Featuring the music of Jeff The World and the busy hands of Team TIFF Nexus, Ryerson Students and the fine folks of Site 3 coLaboratory.
|7-7:30||Royal Canadian Chiptunes Orchestra|
|8-8:30||Deadbeatblast followed by .exe|
|8:30-9||Radius and Helena|
|11-11:30||Royal Canadian Chiptunes Orchestra|
|midnight-12:30||Jeff the World|
|12:30-1am||Radius and Helena|
|2:30-3||DJ Finish HIm|
|4:30-5||Free Play Period|
|5-5:30||Press Start 2 Play|
|6-6:30||Spell ‘n Math|
|6:30-7||Spell ‘n Math|
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