Discussion: COVEN RING
As part of the exhibition COVEN RING by Marigold Santos, articule has the pleasure to present a discussion between the artist and curator and critic Zoë Chan. In this informal discussion/guided tour, Marigold Santos and Zoë Chan will discuss key themes in Santos' work (hybrid identity, immigration, narrativity) and how these inform and influence her art practice. Discussion will be in English. Translation to French will be available.Free. Open to all. Marigold Santos pursues an interdisciplinary art practice involving drawn and printed works, sculpture, animation, and...
Vernissage Marigold Santos
In her work, Marigold Santos explores the ways In which ideas of self can become multiple, fragmented, and dislocated, and then reinvented and created through a reflection of what is considered home. Reoccurring within her visual vocabulary is the adoption of the Asuang, a feared and vile mythological creature of Filipino folklore that possesses an inherent multiple self; both vampire and witch viscera-sucker, and who also has the ability to physically fragment, specifically, self-segmenting at the waist. The Asuang represents a body that is in process, and in its plurality can be faced with...
Brunch and artist talk by Sherry Walchuk
As part of Sherry Walchuk's exhitition For My Dad, articule invites you to a brunch and discussion with the artist.
Drawing: a mark in the system?
Panel discussion organized by HB and Foire Papier13
With Ève De Garie-Lamanque, Martin Lord, François Morelli, and Jason St-Laurent, as moderator.
Between simple and sophisticated technics, between the commercial and underground scene, amongst a diversified audience, can drawing be considered as popular art?
Ève De Garie-Lamanque is Curator of Contemporary Art of the Musée régional de Rimouski. A graduate of Concordia University (MA, 2008), her thesis examined the aesthetic of the anonymous trace within the work of Betty Goodwin and Christian Boltanski. De Garie-Lamanque...
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Discussion with Jenn Clamen, Linda Duvall, and Peter Kingstone
Discussion with Jenn Clamen, Linda Duvall, and Peter Kingstone as part of the exhibition Living in 10 easy lessons. Jenn Clamen has been active in the Canadian and global sex worker rights movements since 2000. Her passion and work is around mobilizing sex workers into meaningful participation in policies and practices that impact on their lives. She has been an active member of Stella, Montreal’s sex worker organization, since 2002. In 2003, she co-founded the Canadian Guild for Erotic Labour. Jenn is also an educator in university and community settings, teaching on...