It is with great pleasure that articule and African Rainbow invite you to the opening reception of the exhibition #postcolonialbooty by Eduardo Velázquez (New York), as part of the Massimadi Festival.
Free entrance and warm ambiance.
articule's gallery and bathroom are partially wheelchair accessible.
Winter General Assembly: Ask-us-anything!
This February’s General Assembly will be structured in an open talk-show format, hosted by artist Jordan Arseneault, and featuring members of the board and staff, mulled-wine hot chocolate, and possibly some free prizes under your chairs!
articule is a dynamic centre that is constantly in flux, and sometimes this leads to burning questions going unanswered, such as… Why is the articule facade green? What is going on in the basement? Who invented the signature cocktail? What are frogs? (and other more serious questions, of course). We wanted to take this opportunity to solicit...
articule’s Movie Nights are a series of film screenings presented by members of the centre as a way to learn about their individual practices and to raise some funds for articule. All are welcome!
Following the screening of Gohatto (Taboo), writer Ronald Rose-Antoinette will lead a conversation around the following themes: the rule of loving (and not loving), repetition, rehearsal and betrayal, the production/circulation of desires and the centrifugal dispersal of affection, the law of believing and make believe.
About Gohatto (1999, Nagisa Oshima, dir., 100 min.):
Feminist Cocktail Party!
Come celebrate the end of the year at articule’s annual Cocktail Party, on Friday, December 2, 2016! All the details here!
Closing party for the conference Terms of Privacy: Intimacies, Exposures and Exceptions
articule is pleased to host the Closing party for the conference Terms of Privacy: Intimacies, Exposures and Exceptions, as part of the opening for the exhibition Future Memories, in collaboration with The HTMlles 12 Festival.
Screening: Black Radical Imagination
For a second consecutive year, articule is pleased to collaborate with Black Radical Imagination by presenting the new iteration of their short film programme. Curators Erin Christovale (Los Angeles) and Amir George (Chicago) have selected four films that tackle issues present in lives within the Diaspora. Always addressing the boundaries and limitations that are historically given to people of colour in the realm of the cinematic, these shorts focus on aesthetics of afrofuturism and afrosurrealism through this context.
Artists: Adebukola Bodunrin, Ezra Claytan Daniels, Michele...