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Educational Program | Fall 2016

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Gallery 1
Knut Åsdam
from October 20th 2016 to January 14th 2017
Biennale de Montréal - Le Grand Balcon

The Biennale de Montréal and OPTICA present Knut Åsdam as part of BNLMTL 2016, Le Grand Balcon.

Curator: Philippe Pirotte
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Gallery 2

from October 29th 2016 to January 14th 2017
Family Saturdays - Conception of a 3d Collaborative Storyboard Workshop

The places in our everyday lives are possessed of stories that yearn to be told. Accompanied by the gallery’s educator, young participants will be introduced to the art of directing and take part in the conception of a 3D, collaborative storyboard. A modular mock-up will be installed at the centre, which youth will be invited to transform or to embellish as they invent characters and weave their tall tales.
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Exposition des élèves de 5e et de 6e année de l'école Saint-Enfant-Jésus (Mile End) sur une proposition d'Étienne Tremblay-Tardif
from December 2nd 2016 to December 17th 2016
Artiste à l'école

Opening, Tuesday December 2, 2016 from 5pm to 6pm

ENGLISH TRANSLATION SOON TO COME
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Jim Holyoak
from January 28th 2017 to March 25th 2017
Book of Nineteen Nocturnes

Composed of drawing-installations and artist’s books, Jim Holyoak’s practice is concerned with the imagination as an ability to experiment and to create connections between the real and unreal, nature and culture, the biological and the fantastical, the present and the past. Besides the large-scale mural drawings, produced in collaboration with Matt Shane, his works vary in size. They demonstrate a recurring human empathy toward an array of species—of the past, those on the brink of extinction, even the totally fabricated—and the difficulty of sounding out millions of years of existence and world to come.
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Nelson Henricks
from January 28th 2017 to March 25th 2017
Life Session

Nelson Henricks’ work draws on popular culture and on the artist’s own mind. Often mounted onto film, his videos break with linear editing to focus on the production and reproduction of the staging, like an allegory of work. Interested in language, translation, and intervals, Henricks transposes an idea from one mode of expression to another, engaging visual and temporal gaps between images of the present and past, where the counterfeit rubs shoulders with the authentic. Running through a multitude of approaches and temporalities, his works deal in particular with the themes of sex and love, communication and its absence.
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Résidence de recherche jeune création Montréal, Valence (France) : Edith Brunette [Ce qui est séparé], Gaëlle Choisne [Grangou], (no4)
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Texts in French