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arrow_rightClosing, screening + Le Merle launch
04/11/2015 - 15:00

Cuts Make the Country Better : closing and screening - 3 PM Screening of the video produced during the exhibition at articule which may or may not include excerpts from interviews shot in the Netherlands, discussions with gallery visitors, allies and interlocutors of the project, as well as traces of cucumber art. Le Merle, Cahiers sur les mots et les gestes : launch - 7 PM This new issue of the Merle features texts by Koen Brams, Anna Moreno, Rune Peiterson (Platform Beeldende Kunst), Gaby Felten, and Aetzel Griffioen, that bear witness to the margin of maneuver of the art world at a...  - Cuts Make the Country Better | Discussion and Workshops
13 Apr 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightEnstranging the City
04/10/2015 - 17:00

Following a walk in the neighborhood with a group of Mile End residents, Adeola Enigbokan, in collaboration with Ronald Rose-Antoinette, will present her projects such as Archiving the City and Enstranging the City in relation to the concept of “enstrangement.” The latter refers to a process or act of endowing “strangeness” to an everyday object or situation through modifying one’s perception or by accident. All are welcome to join the discussion. This event is part of Dominique Fontaine's curatorial research residency at articule for the year 2015....  - Scènes de la vie quotidienne à Montréal (on belonging and the politics of belonging) | Discussion and Workshops
03 Apr 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightTalk Show: What Matters
04/07/2015 - 18:00

Dominique Fontaine hosts What Matters with Livia Daza-Paris, Stéphane Martelly and Ronald Rose-Antoinette, at SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art, as part of the Talk Show series. This is event is co-presented with articule as part of Dominique Fontaine's year-long curatorial research residency, Scènes de la vie quotidienne à Montréal (on belonging and the politics of belonging), in 2015. An attempt at understanding what matters, what moves, dreams, creates, the guest participants of What Matters will address notions of citizenship, history, memory, as well as...  - SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art | Scènes de la vie quotidienne à Montréal (on belonging and the politics of belonging) | Discussion and Workshops
29 Mar 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightInvitation to the public
04/05/2015 to 05/24/2015

As part of the Public Consultation on articule's Future residency, Mathieu Jacques will be working at the gallery every Sunday from April 5 to May 24, from 12 to 5pm. After gathering accounts from individuals working within self-managed organizations of different backgrounds, he would now like to hear from members and visitors of the gallery. You are invited to share your ideas for a transformed articule, whether these ideas are idealistic, utopian or plain realistic. For this part of the process, he is particularly interested in concrete ideas that can be drawned, illustrated or...  - Public Consultation on articule's Future | Exhibitions
15 May 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightDiscussion with the Entrepreneurs du commun collective - CANCELLED
04/02/2015 - 19:00

EVENT CANCELLED: articule and the Entrepreneurs du commun are suspending their activities to support the student strike and the National Demonstration Against Austerity, on April 2, 2015. Entrepreneurs du commun brings together artists, art historians, curators, philosophers and researchers with the goal of opening a space for reflection and experimentation around monumental hauntology and the spirits of freedom. Free entrance and warm ambiance. articule's gallery is wheelchair accessible but unfortunately not its washroom.  - Cuts Make the Country Better | Discussion and Workshops
02 Apr 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightDiscussion with Edith Brunette and François Lemieux
03/28/2015 - 15:00

articule has the pleasure of presenting an artist talk with artists Edith Brunette and François Lemieux, who will lead a discussion with the public, as part of their project Cuts Make the Country Better, on view from March 14 to April 12, 2015. Edith Brunette is interested in observing the ways in which the power relations that exist in society are revealed through discourse. Combining theory and practice, she considers the language employed by the institutions that govern us as well as that of those who contest or who simply escape them. Her most recent projects deal with video...  - Cuts Make the Country Better | Discussion and Workshops
01 Apr 2015   |   [comment_count]  


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262 Fairmount O. 
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tel: 514 842 9686  

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