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© David Rahn, Video Clouds, 1976

Vidéographe x Artexte : Magnetic Sequences

Exhibition

February 5 - April 18, 2020
Artexte

Entrée libre



Curators: Karine Boulanger (Vidéographe) et Joana Joachim (Artexte)

With works by: David Askevold, Jean-Pierre Boyer, Eric Cameron, Charlotte Clermont, Rob Feulner, Louise Gendron, Katherine Liberovskaya, marshalore, Terence McGlade, David Rahn, Sabrina Ratté, Al Razutis, Lisa Steele, Guillaume Vallée, Elizabeth Vander Zaag and Jane Wright

Magnetic Sequences is an exhibition exploring the self-organization of video communities, particularly artist-run centres, in Canada during the 1970s. This second collaboration between Artexte and Vidéographe combs through both collections to trace the history of this period in video art produced through artist-run centres. The exhibition underlines how a number of groups were grounded in ideals of exchange and sharing of technical and artistic knowledge as well as videos through various tools and strategies that have left their mark in their respective collections and in that of Artexte.

OPENING
Wednesday, February 5, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Artexte, 2 rue Sainte-Catherine Est, room 301

SCREENING
Magnétisme, as part of the Soirées dv_vd
February 13, 7 p.m., free admission
Dazibao

ARTEXTE EN FUT #11
With Julie Ravary-Pilon
March 11, 5:30 p.m., free admission
Artexte

LISA STEELE MASTERCLASS
April 4 (more details to come), free entry
Artexte

WORKSHOP
Analogue Glitch workshop (in English, upon registration)
With Sam Meech and Rob Feulner
April 11 (more details to come)
Vidéographe

© David Rahn, Video Clouds, 1976

Vidéographe x Artexte : Magnetic Sequences

Exhibition

February 5 - April 18, 2020
Artexte

Entrée libre



Curators: Karine Boulanger (Vidéographe) et Joana Joachim (Artexte)

With works by: David Askevold, Jean-Pierre Boyer, Eric Cameron, Charlotte Clermont, Rob Feulner, Louise Gendron, Katherine Liberovskaya, marshalore, Terence McGlade, David Rahn, Sabrina Ratté, Al Razutis, Lisa Steele, Guillaume Vallée, Elizabeth Vander Zaag and Jane Wright

Magnetic Sequences is an exhibition exploring the self-organization of video communities, particularly artist-run centres, in Canada during the 1970s. This second collaboration between Artexte and Vidéographe combs through both collections to trace the history of this period in video art produced through artist-run centres. The exhibition underlines how a number of groups were grounded in ideals of exchange and sharing of technical and artistic knowledge as well as videos through various tools and strategies that have left their mark in their respective collections and in that of Artexte.

OPENING
Wednesday, February 5, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Artexte, 2 rue Sainte-Catherine Est, room 301

SCREENING
Magnétisme, as part of the Soirées dv_vd
February 13, 7 p.m., free admission
Dazibao

ARTEXTE EN FUT #11
With Julie Ravary-Pilon
March 11, 5:30 p.m., free admission
Artexte

LISA STEELE MASTERCLASS
April 4 (more details to come), free entry
Artexte

WORKSHOP
Analogue Glitch workshop (in English, upon registration)
With Sam Meech and Rob Feulner
April 11 (more details to come)
Vidéographe

© David Rahn, Video Clouds, 1976

Vidéographe x Artexte : Magnetic Sequences

Exhibition

February 5 - April 18, 2020
Artexte

Entrée libre



Curators: Karine Boulanger (Vidéographe) et Joana Joachim (Artexte)

With works by: David Askevold, Jean-Pierre Boyer, Eric Cameron, Charlotte Clermont, Rob Feulner, Louise Gendron, Katherine Liberovskaya, marshalore, Terence McGlade, David Rahn, Sabrina Ratté, Al Razutis, Lisa Steele, Guillaume Vallée, Elizabeth Vander Zaag and Jane Wright

Magnetic Sequences is an exhibition exploring the self-organization of video communities, particularly artist-run centres, in Canada during the 1970s. This second collaboration between Artexte and Vidéographe combs through both collections to trace the history of this period in video art produced through artist-run centres. The exhibition underlines how a number of groups were grounded in ideals of exchange and sharing of technical and artistic knowledge as well as videos through various tools and strategies that have left their mark in their respective collections and in that of Artexte.

OPENING
Wednesday, February 5, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Artexte, 2 rue Sainte-Catherine Est, room 301

SCREENING
Magnétisme, as part of the Soirées dv_vd
February 13, 7 p.m., free admission
Dazibao

ARTEXTE EN FUT #11
With Julie Ravary-Pilon
March 11, 5:30 p.m., free admission
Artexte

LISA STEELE MASTERCLASS
April 4 (more details to come), free entry
Artexte

WORKSHOP
Analogue Glitch workshop (in English, upon registration)
With Sam Meech and Rob Feulner
April 11 (more details to come)
Vidéographe