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  1. Mathieu Lefevre: His Life, His Art as One Exhibition

    ... Mathieu Lefevre, My Bike Disguised as Contemporary Art, 2011. Photo : Guy L'Heureux ... this part of the One Exhibition you see Mathieu’s love of language, of words, of word games, of playfulness as well as his passion for ...

    Catherine - 06/27/2018 - 11:43

  2. De la matérialité du sens

    ... 2 : of no substantial consequence : UNIMPORTANT Net-art is expanding exponentially. Are these objects? Material or immaterial? ... form will inevitably arise to redefine our relation to language. By expanding the capabilities and potential trajectories of language, ...

    Marie-Hélène - 01/31/2011 - 15:23

  3. Dossier | Fear and Its Double. (Real and Imaginary) Fears in Performance Art from Latin America

    ... and Its Double. (Real and Imaginary) Fears in Performance Art from Latin America By Alexander Del Re & Patricia Contreras Fuentes ... “social unease.” Haitian immigrants, speaking their own language (Haitian Creole), have often inspired “fears and distrust” among ...

    jeremi - 10/23/2014 - 11:27

  4. MASS - bloom explorations, recoil performance group, Overgaden Institut for Samtidskunst and Dansehallerne

    ... future. We are at Overgaden, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen, who is presenting MASS - bloom explorations , an ... it fosters, notably through the contortions and widening of language (2) that makes it possible to imagine the unthinkable. Ethical ...

    Catherine - 10/17/2018 - 16:01

  5. MASS - bloom explorations, recoil performance group, Overgaden Institut for Samtidskunst and Dansehallerne

    ... future. We are at Overgaden, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen, who is presenting MASS - bloom explorations , an ... it fosters, notably through the contortions and widening of language (2) that makes it possible to imagine the unthinkable. Ethical ...

    Catherine - 10/17/2018 - 15:52

  6. Dossier | La peur et son double : peurs réelles et imaginaires en art performance latino-américain

    ... La peur et son double : peurs réelles et imaginaires en art performance latino-américain Par Alexander Del Re & Patricia Contreras ... Les immigrants haïtiens, qui parlent leur propre language (le créole d’Haïti), ont souvent inspiré « des peurs et de la ...

    jeremi - 10/23/2014 - 11:24

  7. Summary 87

    ... tropes that relentlessly objectify animals in art. His thought-provoking first book, Art & Animals , considers the moral ... of writing that is played out as an elaborate and ridiculous language game. In a nutshell, the piece is about human-animal distinction. ...

    _audrey_ - 06/13/2016 - 12:55

  8. Dossier | Which Interactions in Contemporary Art?

    ... Actions Which Interactions in Contemporary Art? By Yaël Kreplak A Linguistic Elucidation Although the ... the artist because he or she is not present. I employ the language paradigm metaphorically here, of course, but I would like to avoid ...

    jeremi - 10/22/2014 - 16:28

  9. The reign of gnomic truths

    ... The multi-artist exhibition Universal Code: Art and Cosmology in the Information Age , shown at The Power Plant in Toronto ... any value except in the realm of a purely ‘poetic’ language.” The inverted commas around ‘poetic’ — ‘scare quotes’ ...

    jeremi - 04/15/2015 - 16:06

  10. What Price Criticism? Bill Dixon at Victoriaville

    ... any more than his lived experiences can be cleaved from his art, and the two mirror each other in a manner both profound and, for those ... often with digital delay. These lines evoked the birth of a language, as if Bill was investigating the relationship between sound, music, ...

    Marie-Hélène - 01/24/2011 - 15:44

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