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  1. Dossier | Bearers of Images and Legends: Mohamed Bourouissa’s Filmic Intercessors

    ... for a practice that made site-specific relationships into material for works of art. A decade later, one sees the emergence of artists ... new types of relationships with the Other, or with the group, relationships that will determine the form of the work. The artist ...

    Abonnement - 03/24/2020 - 16:32

  2. Writing Audio Art Residency - I am Walking in a Room Audio Art And Revealing

    ... (in which Tobin and Claude participated, along with a small group of Montréal sound artists) took place in September 2008, culminating in ... with live visuals), Babin’s reference to finding the sonic material that can be brought out of any object demonstrates again the ...

    Catherine - 01/23/2012 - 11:05

  3. Toronto Dance Theatre, Emerging Voices: New Works, Alicia Grant & Emily Law

    ... deck “to predict the future of art.” The first of the group is Los Angeles-based artist Hanna Hur’s selection, the Empress. “This ... a locus of choreography, re-spatializes the choreographic material of the dancers’ movement. What’s more, this arrangement of the ...

    Catherine - 09/06/2017 - 14:06

  4. Toronto Dance Theatre, Emerging Voices: New Works, Alicia Grant & Emily Law

    ... deck “to predict the future of art.” The first of the group is Los Angeles-based artist Hanna Hur’s selection, the Empress. “This ... a locus of choreography, re-spatializes the choreographic material of the dancers’ movement. What’s more, this arrangement of the ...

    Catherine - 09/06/2017 - 13:57

  5. Article | I am Walking in a Room: Audio Art And Revealing

    ... (in which Tobin and Claude participated, along with a small group of Montréal sound artists) took place in September 2008, culminating in ... with live visuals), Babin’s reference to finding the sonic material that can be brought out of any object demonstrates again the ...

    Abonnement - 03/26/2020 - 12:49

  6. Article | Dissensus as Social Contract in the Art of Ken Lum

    ... regime will lead to “the invention of sensible forms and material structures for a life to come.” (2) This utopic vision, though, ... charged activities of the Situationist International and Group Research Art Visual (GRAV) in Europe in the 1960s, Lum contradicts ...

    Abonnement - 04/06/2020 - 14:11

  7. Emeka Ogboh, The Power Plant – Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

    ... day the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) launched the landmark group show Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art , which ... to them, as well as trans-Atlantic trade routes that are the material history of nation building in Canada — and of the ROM’s ...

    Catherine - 09/12/2018 - 11:47

  8. Emeka Ogboh, The Power Plant – Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

    ... day the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) launched the landmark group show Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art , which ... to them, as well as trans-Atlantic trade routes that are the material history of nation building in Canada — and of the ROM’s ...

    Catherine - 09/12/2018 - 11:46

  9. Dossier | L'art contextuel. Un entretien avec Paul Ardenne

    ... et pour l'artiste, une esthétisation de l'attitude. Le Group Material, dans les années 1970, organise à New York l'exposition The ...

    jeremi - 09/19/2019 - 12:38

  10. Dossier | L'art contextuel. Un entretien avec Paul Ardenne

    ... et pour l'artiste, une esthétisation de l'attitude. Le Group Material, dans les années 1970, organise à New York l'exposition The ...

    jeremi - 09/19/2019 - 12:40

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