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DY3CORPIA: Appropriately, for the past three years, the group exhibition Dyscorpia, art that deals with the human body and mind colliding and merging with technology, has had a new edition, including this year’s all-virtual gallery that mimics the wonderful but now defunct Enterprise Square. Gallery. You can find that in dyscorpia.com. But About Light, the ambitious box gallery across from Coles in the Edmonton City Center shopping mall, reached out to curator Marilène Oliver, and now the highlights of the third show can be explored in person, including the long list of content. of video, while wandering. the mall. These include prints by Sean Caulfield, stunning cast figures by Anica Neiman, and an attractive and beautiful monster sculpture by Veronika McGinnis. It’s a long list of creative artists, so come see for yourself.

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You're Not Your Thoughts, a sculpture by Veronika McGinnis at About Light in downtown Edmonton.
You’re Not Your Thoughts, a sculpture by Veronika McGinnis at About Light in downtown Edmonton. Photo by Fish Griwkowsky /Postmedia

Details: 10 am – 6 pm in downtown Edmonton (10025 102A Ave.), free of charge

Mangled Tapes Projector: Local indie label Mangled Tapes, and thank goodness for them, is presenting a sweet and mixed lineup of wonderfully bizarre music on Aviary, including punk art band Fitness, the quirky soundscapes of the Will Scott Band, the unstoppable unstoppable skiN and the sweet and soaring song of Clara May. Is “trashing” a saying yet? Should be.

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Details: 8 pm at The Aviary (9324111 Ave.), $ 10 in advance at the-aviary.net, $ 15 at the door

Heal (1997): Scary October Continues! In Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s fifth feature film, a series of shocking and seemingly unmotivated murders, each committed by a different person but with the same creepy badges, takes Detective Kenichi Takabe (Koji Yakusho) on a labyrinthine investigation to find out what connects them together. a haunting game of cat and mouse with an enigmatic amnesiac (Masato Hagiwara) who may be the embodiment of evil. 4K restoration, Japanese with subtitles.

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Details: 9:30 pm at Metro Cinema (8712 109 St.), $ 13

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