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...
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Discussion with Joshua Schwebel, Patrice Loubier, and Carl Schwebel
Disclosures always bring with them a disappointment of expectations, a disenchantment. Disclosure forces us into an encounter with reality, with things as they are, instead of things as they might have or could have been. I always feel exposed in these unavoidable affairs. Exposed, and then unwanted, forlorn… my fantasy couldn’t endure and I must make do with those who will accompany me past who I say I am, or who I fashion myself to imitate.I confess that I appropriated Micah Lexier’s name, CV, portfolio and career to accompany an application for an exhibition at articule...
Discussion with Sam Kinsley, Erin Manning, and Brian Massumi
On an informal tone, this discussion will cross research of Sam Kinsley, who is currently exhibiting the project Mass at articule, with those of philosopher Brian Massumi and arstist and philosopher Erin Manning.Sam Kinsley is a installation artist currently based out of Halifax. She received her Fine Arts Degree from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, in 2010, and has participated in exhibitions on both the East and West coast of Canada. Sam Kinsley is presently collaborating with fellow Halifax artist Daina Tavenier on the General - a roaming installation creating public...