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Opening: Code : Body
Opening: Code : Body   |  11/02/2018 - 19:00



Co-presented between Studio XX and articule in the context of the HTMlles Festival, It is with great pleasure that articule invites you to the opening reception of the exhibition Code : Body by Lesya Nakoneczny (Montréal) and Laura Acosta + Santiago Tavera (Montréal).

Free and open to all.

articule's gallery is wheelchair accessible. There is a ramp at the entrance of the building. The bathroom is partially accessible to persons using a wheelchair; please also note there is only one support bar.


Exhibitions       Code : Body | HTMlles Festival
The Novels of Elsgüer (Episode 3) - Live Despecho, Juan Waltero
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Aligning Anti-O Practice & Policies: a workshop
Aligning Anti-O Practice & Policies: a workshop  |  11/22/2018 - 18:30



Montréal Monochrome presents Anti-oppression in practice: aligning our basis of unity with every level of our work

Designed for the membership of articule, but open to all!

As a follow-up to the training on anti-oppression at the General Assembly of March 3, 2018, where our Basis of Unity was approved, this workshop will delve further into the application and integration of our Basis of Unity at every level of articule's work. Through small group-work, we will identify our current strengths and weaknesses as they relate to anti-oppression practices; we will evaluate our existing policies and structures; and we will create a collective work-plan that outlines future steps and processes that need to be put in place in order to fully integrate the Basis of Unity in every aspect of articule's work. This workshop is...
Discussion and Workshops       Anti-oppression in practice: Aligning our Basis of Unity with every level of our work

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09/23/2012 - 15:00

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09/13/2012 - 19:00

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...  - Mass | Discussion and Workshops
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Carl Trahan’s recent work draws inspiration from the writings of German-Jewish philologist Victor Klemperer (1881-1960), who survived the Shoah in one of the last ’Jewish houses’ in Dresden. After the Second World War, Klemperer’s critical observations on the ideological underpinnings of language were published as LTI: Lingua Tertii Imperii, or “The Language of the Third Reich”, one of the most compelling accounts on the power of man to corrupt language. Words acquire meaning through context. By bringing them into drawings and objects, Trahan extracts...  - Tous les mots nécessaires | Discussion and Workshops
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