Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

Zone A Independent Project

Photo: KJ Bedford, 2012

Suitable for all ages

Wilfrid Laurier University


Katrina Jennifer Bedford - Kitchener, Canada


Spin is visible from both inside and outside, employing traditional stop motion animation techniques. The resulting projection combined with directed light from varying angles creates a dazzling prismatic image.

This project addresses the concepts of motion and light by investigating their distinctive qualities, and integrating them to produce a beautiful sensory experience. The projected animation reflects a complete 365 degree study of a multi-faceted mirrored ball in constant rotation. The projection faces King Street West and fills the window area of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Toronto Office.

Curated by Suzanne Luke, Robert Langen Art Gallery, WLU

Bedford has exhibited in Canada and the US and holds a BA Communications Studies and Multimedia & Visual Art from McMaster University.


130 King Street West (King Street West at York Street)

This project is outdoors.