SORTIR DE L’ÉCRAN | Performances | ven 4 mars 20 h – Cinémathèque québécoise
On Friday March 4, 2011 at the Cinémathèque québécoise, TOPO presented an evening of audiovisual performances with interdisciplinary artist Manon De Pauw and the Audiotopie collective.
|View two video excerpts of the performances.|
|Récit-collage : la matière ordinaire
Manon de Pauw in collaboration with Pierre-Marc Ouelette
Audiotopie in collaboration with Éric Anglade
Sortir de l’écran / Spoken Screen is a series that presents hypermedia works that incorporate a performative aspect and which explore the links between the screen and the off-screen
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Program – Friday, March 4th, 20 h:
|Manon De Pauw
>>>> Récit-collage : la matière ordinaire [Ordinary Matter]
From the studio to the cosmos and vice versa. This video performance explores the twists and turns of the creative process, and the aesthetics of light. The artist performs live manipulations of images, texts, and lighting devices to create a poetic narrative, a meditative and luminescent composition. With the participation of dancer Pierre-Marc Ouellette.
Manon De Pauw works with video, installation, photography and performance. She has participated in numerous exhibitions and events in Canada, Europe and Latin America. In addition to individual video performances, she has performed in Là où je vis of choreographer Danièle Desnoyers (Le carré des lombes), on tour since 2008. She teaches at the Photography Department of Concordia University.
Urban exploration and Musical Improvisation
Founded in 2008, Audiotopie is a cooperative of artists (Yannick Guéguen, Edith Normandeau, Etienne Legast et David Martin) crossing new media, landscape architecture and electroacoustic music. Audiotopie persues his thoughts through the creation of experiential tools for urban projects, including audio guided tours. Audiotopie designs downloadable audiovisual guided tours for agencies, municipalities and companies wishing to introduce or to emphasise a territory, make public the atmospheres of a neighbourhood, or creating new urban experiences and engage in discussions on urban space.
Bêta-cité was developed as part of the pilot project Cartographies variables by the City of Montreal, who presents digital artwork developed in cultural mediation workshops.
Agence TOPO is a Montreal-based artist-run centre dedicated to the production, dissemination and distribution of independent multimedia works that explore new narratives and interdisciplinary and intercultural crossings. For this third edition of Spoken Screen, Agence TOPO partners with the Cinémathèque québécoise.
L’Agence TOPO wishes to thank :
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