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Thinking again and supposing. Trajectory of an exhibition

Sarah Greig + Thérèse Mastroiacovo

September 7 – October 29, 2022

Curator : Michèle Thériault

EVENTS

Local Records: Sonia Sheridan Fonds with AM Trépanier

Thursday, October 20, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
In French and English
Free, at the Médiathèque, Cinémathèque québecoise, 335 boul de Maisonneuve E.
RSVP: robin.simpson@concordia.ca

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SIGHTINGS

SIGHTINGS 36 – UNTITLED, LEONARD & BINA ELLEN ART GALLERY

September 19, 2022 – January 15, 2023

A project by Simon Belleau

A teleprompter is mounted on a tripod that is placed in the center of an exhibition cube. The teleprompter is placed on a rotating plate and turns on itself. Text and images scroll on the teleprompter. The full rotation takes about sixty seconds. Each of the facades of the exhibition cube reveal fifteen seconds of footage. The complete montage lasts about ten minutes.

This project launches the 2022-2024 SIGHTINGS satellite exhibitions cycle on the theme SEE FEVER.

TERMS

INVESTMENT – PART 1

Explore the first part of the artistic and discursive program TERMS focused on the notion of “investment” now available online.

Five watercolors by Canadian artist Greg Curnoe are reproduced in this issue alongside texts by Clifford Gordon Atleo, Assistant Professor at the School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University, and Stacy A. Ernst, PhD candidate in Cultural Mediations at Carleton University. ⁠

seeing and not knowing

Myriam Yates, Prospection, 2022.

We are thrilled to announce the recipients of the bursary for the production of a short film SEEING AND NOT KNOWING. We received over sixty proposals that bear witness to a very rich and intense filmmaking scene. We offer warm thanks to all candidates who responded to the call with such enthusiasm and conviction.

The two recipients are Jinyoung Kim and Myriam Yates. The jury was composed of Albéric Auternèche (filmmaker), Nayla Dabaji (artist), Julia Eilers Smith (curator of research LBEAG) et Michèle Thériault (director LBEAG). In their object of focus and their manner of filming the introspective nature of these projects propose a sustained and nuanced relationship with place, its history and human nature.

STATUS FOR ALL!

The Gallery’s programming is free and open for all, in absence of fees we encourage you to make a one-time or recurrent donation to Solidarity Across Borders, a network of migrants and their allies confronting injustice within the immigration and refugee system through education, support, and political mobilization.

Your contribution will go to their mutual aid fund. Distributed to Montrealers without permanent immigration status to help pay for rent, food, medication and basic utilities, donations to the fund are one way to offer material support to their struggle and the larger movement for complete and immediate regularization of immigration status.

Show your solidarity and donate now