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Photo couleur de l'exposition

Paul Litherland, Artexte, 2020

Artexte on Tap: For a Feminist Study of Erotic Video
Julie Ravary-Pilon

Discussion

March 11 2020, 5:30 pm
Artexte

Free



Artexte on Tap 11: For a Feminist Study of Erotic Video
Micro-residency with Julie Ravary-Pilon

 

ARTEXTE and Vidéographe are pleased to invite you to the 11th edition of Artexte on Tap animated by Julie Ravary-Pilon, on Wednesday, March 11, 2020.

On the occasion of the exhibition Magnetic Sequences, Julie Ravary-Pilon was invited to do a micro-residency at Artexte. According to Julie Ravary-Pilon, they are few opportunities for researchers to take the time to think about their practice and implications. A micro-residency at Artexte, therefore, allows her to take a step back from my work, which has been anchored in feminist activism for more than 10 years.

In an atmosphere conductive to exchange, Julie Ravary-Pilon will present the results of her micro-residency during the 11th edition of Artexte on Tap. She will lend herself to the practice of self-reflection within the framework of research on the feminist erotic video Libidante (Mousse Guernon, 1972). This event will open the discussion more generally on political engagement within art history, research-action and video works by women in Quebec.

 

Free admission

More information on the activity and Julie Ravary-Pilon’s micro-residency

More information on the exhibition Magnetic Sequences

 

 

Photo couleur de l'exposition

Paul Litherland, Artexte, 2020

Artexte on Tap: For a Feminist Study of Erotic Video
Julie Ravary-Pilon

Discussion

March 11 2020, 5:30 pm
Artexte

Free



Artexte on Tap 11: For a Feminist Study of Erotic Video
Micro-residency with Julie Ravary-Pilon

 

ARTEXTE and Vidéographe are pleased to invite you to the 11th edition of Artexte on Tap animated by Julie Ravary-Pilon, on Wednesday, March 11, 2020.

On the occasion of the exhibition Magnetic Sequences, Julie Ravary-Pilon was invited to do a micro-residency at Artexte. According to Julie Ravary-Pilon, they are few opportunities for researchers to take the time to think about their practice and implications. A micro-residency at Artexte, therefore, allows her to take a step back from my work, which has been anchored in feminist activism for more than 10 years.

In an atmosphere conductive to exchange, Julie Ravary-Pilon will present the results of her micro-residency during the 11th edition of Artexte on Tap. She will lend herself to the practice of self-reflection within the framework of research on the feminist erotic video Libidante (Mousse Guernon, 1972). This event will open the discussion more generally on political engagement within art history, research-action and video works by women in Quebec.

 

Free admission

More information on the activity and Julie Ravary-Pilon’s micro-residency

More information on the exhibition Magnetic Sequences

 

 

Photo couleur de l'exposition

Paul Litherland, Artexte, 2020

Artexte on Tap: For a Feminist Study of Erotic Video
Julie Ravary-Pilon

Discussion

March 11 2020, 5:30 pm
Artexte

Free



Artexte on Tap 11: For a Feminist Study of Erotic Video
Micro-residency with Julie Ravary-Pilon

 

ARTEXTE and Vidéographe are pleased to invite you to the 11th edition of Artexte on Tap animated by Julie Ravary-Pilon, on Wednesday, March 11, 2020.

On the occasion of the exhibition Magnetic Sequences, Julie Ravary-Pilon was invited to do a micro-residency at Artexte. According to Julie Ravary-Pilon, they are few opportunities for researchers to take the time to think about their practice and implications. A micro-residency at Artexte, therefore, allows her to take a step back from my work, which has been anchored in feminist activism for more than 10 years.

In an atmosphere conductive to exchange, Julie Ravary-Pilon will present the results of her micro-residency during the 11th edition of Artexte on Tap. She will lend herself to the practice of self-reflection within the framework of research on the feminist erotic video Libidante (Mousse Guernon, 1972). This event will open the discussion more generally on political engagement within art history, research-action and video works by women in Quebec.

 

Free admission

More information on the activity and Julie Ravary-Pilon’s micro-residency

More information on the exhibition Magnetic Sequences