© Vidéo-cortex, Jean-Pierre Boyer, 1974
Les Vidéographes – Over time. Vidéographe’s 50th anniversary
Broadcast of a short film program celebrating the 50th anniversary of Vidéographe, curated by Vidéographe and Luc Bourdon. Vidéographe continues its commitment to research, outreach, and community of video and experimental practices of the moving image. Always animated by the fire of its founders, Vidéographe offers a year of celebration that will build bridges between the generations of artists who have gathered there and which will be focused on the creation, collaboration, and sharing of the works of his collection. Programs of video works created from 1971 to 2021 have been presented in a dozen festivals and art centers in Quebec, Canada, and internationally (Cuba, United States, France, Japan, Sweden).
LES VIDÉOGRAPHES – OVER TIME
The Vidéographe project originated and developed from video technology. 50 years later and with nearly 2,500 productions in its collection, the works produced by hundreds of videographers intersect with a multitude of subjects, points of view, and aesthetics. This selection of short videos will allow you to see and hear videographers who have marked the history of the collective.
Total duration: 60 min
- Chantal Dupont, Trois tours et puis s’en vont, Video art, 10 min, 1992
- Vidéographe, L’éditomètre 1972, 3 min, 1972 (Sélectovision, un programme vidéo sur demande)
- Jean-Pierre Boyer, Vidéo-cortex, Experimental, 6 min, 1974
- Frédéric Moffet, Adresse permanente, Video art, 7 min, 2014
- Jeanne Crépeau,Gerçure, Art vidéo, 7 min, 1988
- Nathalie Bujold, Le train ou vont les choses, Art vidéo, 9 min, 2004
- Nelson Henricks, Le temps passe, Video art, 7 min, 1998
- Monique Moumblow, Sleeping Car, Video art, 6 min, 2000
- Sylvie Laliberté, L’artiste surprise, Video art, 5 min, 2010