VOLUME 4 MTL : L’Art et le Livre

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La programmation en ligne est disponible en suivant les liens Zoom à l’heure indiquée pour chaque activité. Il n’est pas nécessaire d’avoir un compte Zoom, seulement de fournir votre nom et un courriel valide.

Les enregistrements de ces activités Zoom seront ajoutés à notre chaîne Youtube pour Volume 4 MTL avec du sous-titrage en anglais et en français, dans les jours suivant leur diffusion en directe. Entretemps, vous pouvez consultez la programmation de  Volume 3 MTL sur notre chaine Youtube ici entretemps.

 

Artists writing, Artists’ Writing: Fabiola Carranza, Amy Lam, Maryse Larivière in conversation with Daniella Sander

10.22.21  19h Online Zoom webinar .

Facebook event here.

Artists Fabiola Carranza, Amy Lam, and Maryse Larivière will read from selections of their recently published and in-process texts. These readings will be followed by a casual conversation about the intersections/pleasures/disjunctions between artistic and writing practices, facilitated by writer Daniella Sanader.
Daniella Sanader is a writer and reader who lives in Toronto. She has written about art for Canadian Art, C Magazine, Artforum.com, The Brooklyn Rail, Maclean’s, BlackFlash, esse, and others. desanader.com
Amy Ching-Yan Lam is an artist and writer. She has shown performance, film, and exhibition projects internationally, both solo and as part of the art collective Life of a Craphead (with Jon McCurley). Her first poetry chapbook The Four Onions was published by yolkless press in spring 2021.
Fabiola Carranza’s play The Mexican Husband was published by Blank Cheque Press (2019). Carranza staged a reading as part of the 3rd Kamias Triennial (2020). Other iterations of the play have taken place in Tijuana at Deslave (2018) at the Blank Cheque book launch in Vancouver and in San Diego (2019) with a forthcoming series of readings taking place in Birmingham, Alabama (2022).
Carranza studied art in Vancouver and is currently an art practice PhD student at the University of California, San Diego where she specializes in Critical Gender Studies. She has participated in exhibitions in Canada and internationally, including at Plug In Institute for Contemporary Art (Winnipeg), the National Gallery of Costa Rica (San José) and the CAG (Vancouver). Her art writing has appeared in Canadian Art, Charcuterie, c magazine and The Capilano Review.
Maryse Larivière (PhD) is an artist, writer and educator whose research crosses sculpture, performance, collage, text, and film. Her current research focuses on the influence of women’s writing on contemporary art, women’s voices and the emergence of art writing in Canada. She is the author of three books of poetry; Where Wild Flowers Grow (2015), Hummzinger (2016) and Orgazing (2017). Most recently, Lariviere has undertaken the writing of a poetry book that captures the political underpinning in Celine Dion’s performance of radical empathy.

Tanya Lukin Linklater & Michael Nardone

10.08.21 19h
Tanya will be reading from her 2020 book Slow Scrape (Documents and Anteism) and following her reading, will be joined in conversation by poet and editor, Michael Nardone. Facebook event here.
Tanya Lukin Linklater’s performances, works for camera, installations, and writings have been shown at SFMOMA, Chicago Architecture Biennial 2019, EFA Project Space + Performa, Art Gallery of Ontario, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Remai Modern, Winnipeg Art Gallery, and elsewhere. She will participate in Soft Water Hard Stone, the 2021 New Museum Triennial. Her collection of poetry, Slow Scrape, was published by The Centre for Expanded Poetics and Anteism in 2020 with a second printing in 2021. Tanya studied at University of Alberta (M.Ed.) and Stanford University (A.B. Honours). In 2021 Tanya received the Herb Alpert Award in the Arts for Visual Art and was long listed for the Sobey Art Award. She is a doctoral candidate in Cultural Studies at Queen’s University. Her Alutiiq homelands are in southwestern Alaska where much of her family continues to live.
Michael Nardone is a postdoctoral fellow in the department of francophone literature at the University of Montréal. Editor of the critical journal Amodern and of the book series Documents on Expanded Poetics (Anteism Books), he is author of three works of poetry: The Ritualites (2018), Airport Novel (2015), and Transaction Record (2014). His writings, dialogues and editorial projects have been published widely, and are accessible here.

 

 

Walter Scott with Lenore Claire Herrem, artist talk and discussion

9.29.21 15h

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Walter Scott is a multidisciplinary artist and the author of the acclaimed Wendy graphic novels. In this talk, he will be discussing the use of narrative throughout his body of work. Afterwards, he will be joined by Montreal artist Lenore Claire Herrem for a discussion of the creation of characters and alter egos within each of their art practices.

Scott’s graphic novel series, Wendy, chronicles the continuing misadventures of a young artist in a satirical version of the contemporary art world. Wendy has been featured in Canadian Art, Art in America, and published online on the New Yorker. Recent solo exhibitions include The Scrawled Heel of the Real, Ashley (Berlin), and The Pathos Of Mandy, at the ISCP, New York. His new graphic novel, Wendy, Master of Art, is now available from Drawn & Quarterly.

Lenore Claire Herrem is an interdisciplinary artist living in Tio’Tia: Ke (Montreal) via Saskatoon. She studied Theatre Performance at the University of Saskatchewan, and upon moving East in 2013, engaged in the cabaret and community organization worlds. In 2015, she began cultivating her now multi-platform project, Precious Puppies, which today consists of an animated series and a fashion label. The same year, she co-founded Taking What We need, a discretionary funding organization for low income trans feminine people. For over a decade, she has produced plays and webisodes, hosted cabaret and stand-up comedy events, and an annual dog pageant under the performer name Sandy Bridges.

 

Ken Lum and Milutin Gubash, reading and discussion

9.29.21 19h

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Canadian conceptual artist Ken Lum will read one unpublished address and several essays from his 2020 Concordia University Press book Everything is Relevant: Writings on Art and Life 1091-2018. After his reading he will be joined in conversation about his decades long practice with artist Milutin Gubash.

Ken Lum is an artist who has participated in numerous major exhibitions including Documenta, the Venice Biennale, Sao Paolo Bienal, Shanghai Biennale, Moscow Biennial, Sydney Biennale, Johannesburg Biennale and the Whitney Biennial. A longtime professor, he serves as the Chair of Fine Arts at the University of Pennsylvania’s Stuart Weitzman School of Design in Philadelphia.

He is co-founder and founding editor of the Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, which has become the publication of record on contemporary Chinese art. A book of his writings titled Everything is Relevant: Writings on Art and Life 1991 – 2018 was published in 2020 by Concordia University Press. More recently, during the pandemic, he completed two feature length movie screenplays dealing with Chinese contract laborers in the United States during a time of heightening anti-Sino sentiment.

He opens a solo exhibition in Magenta Plains Gallery in New York in January. A survey exhibition of his work will take place in 2022 at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Milutin Gubash
: Canadian, Born in Novi Sad, Serbia (1969), lives and works in Montréal.
It is impossible identify Milutin Gubash’s work with a specific medium as his highly multidisciplinary practice plays with narrative codes of video, sculpture, photography as much as performance. Gubash does not hesitate to alter a fact in order to make the underlying reality of his subjects and themes more credible, understandable. Having immigrated to Canada as a young child, Gubash has continued to build a relationship with his native country, through his parents’ stories of their life in Serbia, intensive research, and his own imaginings to fill in the gaps.

He highlights the contradictions of our capacity to construct a sense of identity whether it is through his large scale black and white photographs of Monuments to Communists, his “lamps-sculptures” created in collaboration with his family still in Serbia, or through the episodes of the DIY sitcom soap-opera reality show Born Rich Getting Poorer, which predicted by a couple of years our current selfie-driven culture of continuously updated autobiographical constructions. Laureate of the Prix Louis Comtois for the City of Montreal in 2019, Milutin Gubash’s work has been widely exhibited throughout Canada, United States and Europe since 2000.

 

Atelier de collage avec Annie Descôteaux

9.30.21  13h – 16h, Vices&Versa, 6631, boulevard St-Laurent

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Suivi par le lancement du nouveau livre d’Anne Descôteaux à 17h!

Découper, coller : le collage, cet art «jurassique »!

Dans un cadre informel, joyeux et participatif, sans prétention et avec enthousiasme, je serai apte à dispenser quelques trucs et conseils techniques, mais il s’agira surtout pour les participant.es d’accepter d’entrer dans le monde des mille et une possibilités formelles qu’offre ce médium. Aucune expérience n’est requise, si ce n’est que d’avoir l’esprit ouvert, et l’œil curieux! Motifs répétés, déchirures baveuses, contrastes minimalistes ou déconstructions surréelles vous attendent! Inscrivez-vous par courriel ici.

Annie Descôteaux assemble, en les juxtaposant par collage, sculpture et tissage, des éléments faits main ou « trouvés ». Convoquant à la fois diverses intentions conceptuelles et ses expériences personnelles, elle tente de comprendre l’environnement matériel où elle vit. Elle s’intéresse à la valeur – symbolique, monétaire, sentimentale – inoculée aux objets familiers, ainsi qu’aux hiérarchies et autres constructions sociales qu’elle représente en un langage pluridisciplinaire souvent proche de l’abstraction.
Les objets et les images qu’elle crée évoquent le jeu; autant de charades, rébus et clins d’œil aux sociétés contemporaines ou à des notions historiques qui rendent énigmatique le plus banal des quotidiens.
D’expositions solos (Galerie 3, Galerie B-312, L’Œil de Poisson, Axenéo7) en manifestations culturelles et expositions collectives (Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Centre d’exposition Lethbridge, Attenborough Arts Centre, 33e Symposium international d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul, Parisian Laundry), son travail a été diffusé au Québec, au Royaume-Uni, à Paris, à Bruxelles et à Brooklyn.

 

Moyra Davey and Maryse Larivière, reading and discussion

9.30.21 19h

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Artist, author, and filmmaker Moyra Davey will be reading selections from her two recent books Index Cards (New Directions 2020) and I Confess (Dancing Foxes Press 2020). After her reading she will be joined in conversation with Montréal artist and author Maryse Larivière where they will talk about Moyra’s practice and the place for art that weaves performance and personal writings within a feminist context.

Moyra Davey’s work comprises the fields of photography, film and writing. She is the author of Index Cards, Burn the Diaries, The Problem of Reading, and editor of Mother Reader: Essential Writings on Motherhood. The Shabbiness of Beauty, a book of photographs by Peter Hujar and Davey, with a text by Eileen Myles was published in 2021. Davey’s work is held at the MOMA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Tate Modern in London.

Maryse Larivière (PhD) is an artist, writer and educator whose research crosses sculpture, performance, collage, text, and film. Her current research focuses on the influence of women’s writing on contemporary art, women’s voices and the emergence of art writing in Canada. Larivière’s artworks and writings have been featured widely in Canada, most recently at Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal; MOMENTA Biennale, Montreal; OR Gallery, Vancouver; and Gallery 44, Toronto. She is the author of three books of poetry; Where Wild Flowers Grow (2015), Hummzinger (2016) and Orgazing (2017). Most recently, Lariviere has undertaken the writing of a poetry book that captures the political underpinning in Celine Dion’s performance of radical empathy.

 

Harry Dodge and Sky Goodden, reading and artist Talk

10.01.21  19h

Webinar Zoom : https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84759794795

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Visual artist and writer Harry Dodge will be reading from his acclaimed 2020 book My Meteorite, or Without the Random There Can Be No New Thing (Penguin Random House.) Following his reading, he will be joined in conversation by art critic and founder of the art criticism platform Momus, Sky Goodden.

Harry Dodge is a writer and visual artist. His recent book, been described as “brilliant,” “exhilarating,” “transcendent,” “breathtaking,” and a “high-pressure, poetic approach to narrative and language,” was a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice.

Dodge’s sculpture, drawing, and video work have been exhibited at venues nationally and internationally, and his writing has appeared in publications including Art Forum, The Paris Review, and Harper’s. In 2017 Dodge was awarded a Guggenheim Foundation fellowship.

In the early 90s, Dodge was one of the founders of the now-legendary San Francisco community-based performance space, The Bearded Lady, which served as a touchstone for a pioneering, queer, DIY literary and arts scene.

Sky Goodden is the founding Publisher and Editor of Momus, an art criticism publication and podcast that encourages slow looking and brave positioning. She hosts Momus: The Podcast, with Lauren Wetmore, which was named one of the top-ten art podcasts by The New York Times. Goodden is an Affiliate Assistant Professor with Concordia University’s Faculty of Fine Arts.

 

Foire du livre d’art Volume 4 MTL

10.02.21 – 10.03.21  12:00 – 18:00 gratuit

1201 Boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal, Société des Arts Technologiques (SAT)Événement Facebook.

La foire en personne se tiendra le samedi 2 et dimanche 3 octobre de midi à 18h à la Société des Arts Technologiques (SAT), gratuit – avec le respect de toutes les consignes sanitaires en place (passeport vaccinale et pièce d’identité valide avec photo requises pour accéder au lieu).

Musique fourni en directe par n10.as !

Plus de 40 éditeurs vous attendent afin de partager leur passion du livre d’artiste, de l’édition d’art et de la chose imprimée ! De plus, il y aura une grande section de livres vintage sur l’art usagés. À ne pas manquer !

Vente de doubles ARTEXTE

10.02.21 – 10.03.21  12:00 – 18:00 gratuit

1201 Boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal, Société des Arts Technologiques (SAT)

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Enfin, c’est le retour de votre évènement annuel d’Artexte préféré ; la vente de doubles! Comme vous le savez, Artexte reçoit de nombreuses publications et donations de la part d’organismes culturels et d’individus chaque année. Parfois, certaines de ces publications sont déjà répertoriées dans notre collection. Grâce à la générosité de nos donateur.trice.s, nous vendons ces doubles à petits prix à l’occasion de notre collecte de fond annuelle.

Rendez-vous manqué en 2020, pas de problème. Encore plus de doubles seront en vente à notre table d’exposant lors de la quatrième édition de Volume MTL : L’art et le livre, cette célébration annuelle d’éditions de livres d’art et de livres d’artistes qui prendra place à la Société des Arts et Technologies (SAT). Venez feuilleter, bouquiner, magasiner, et surtout y trouver des livres rares, des publications d’artistes, des périodiques spécialisés en arts visuels, de magnifiques catalogues d’exposition et bien plus encore.

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Weather Report : Dana Michel and Michael Nardone

10.02.21  15:00

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In 2018, poet and editor Michael Nardone asked live artist and choreographer Dana Michel what her iterative, improvisational solo performance YELLOW TOWEL might look like in the shape of a book. The two artists will discuss the mysterious processes of scoring a work that perpetually resists being written.

YOU HAVE MADE THE RIGHT KIND OF CHOICE FOR YOURSELF IN TERMS OF COMING HERE / I CAN FIND YOU ALL THAT KIND OF ACCURATE INFORMATION / ABOUT THAT FING THAT’S TAKING PLACE / EVERY DAY OF YOUR LIFE / ALL THE TIME AROUND YOU / SINCE NINETEEN EIGHTY / NINETEEN TWENTY / NINETEEN FIFTY / NINETY SEVENTY-SIX / NINETEEN NINETY-FIVE / NINETEEN TWENTY-NEW / WELCOME LADIES AND GENTLEPEOPLE / I WILL GIVE YOU ALL THE KIND OF INFORMATION THAT YOU NEED / BEFORE YOU GO OUTSIDE AND MAKE SOME CHOICES ABOUT YOUR LIFE / DON’T BE ALARMED MY PEOPLE AND FRIENDS / THINGS ARE LOOKING UP FOR YOU / IT’S LOOKING NICE OUTSIDE MAN / DID YOU SEE THE SKY / IT WAS BLUE IN THE SKY / BLUE / DON’T RUN AWAY FROM ME / DON’T ASK THE INTERNET ASK ME BABY / THE WEATHER IS GOING TO BE HOT / IT’S GOING TO BE HOT HOT NOT COLD ANYMORE / OOOOHH / SCORCHING SCORCHING SCORCHING HOT HOT

Based in Montreal, Michel is an associate artist with Par.B.L.eux. Her works interact with the expanded fields of improvisation, choreography, sculpture, comedy, hip-hop, cinematography, techno, poetry, psychology, dub and social commentary to create centrifuge of experience. In 2014, she was awarded the ImPulsTanz Award (Vienna) and was highlighted among notable female choreographers of the year by the New York Times. In 2017, Michel was awarded the Silver Lion for Innovation in Dance at the Venice Biennale; in 2018, she became the first ever dance artist in residence at the National Arts Centre, Canada, and in 2019, she was awarded the ANTI Festival International Prize for Live Art (Kuopio, Finland).

Michael Nardone is a postdoctoral fellow in the department of francophone literature at the University of Montréal. Editor of the critical journal Amodern and of the book series Documents on Expanded Poetics (Anteism Books), his writings, dialogues and editorial projects have been published widely, and are accessible at: http://soundobject.net.

 

Discussion : Disséminer les écrits d’artistes; Pratiques d’édition indépendantes en art

10.03.21  14 :00

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Comment pourrait-on définir l’édition indépendante dans le secteur des arts ? Quels sont les différents enjeux et approches relatifs à la publication de recherche et de pratiques artistiques ? Quel est le rôle de l’éditeur vis-à-vis de ses collaborateurs-trices et de sa communauté et comment contribue-t-il à nourrir la pensée avec et sur l’art ?

Cette table ronde rassemblera cinq petits éditeurs indépendants en arts ― Cigale, Grosse Fugue, Le Laps, Le Merle et Pièce jointe ― autour de ces questions. Les perspectives distinctives et communes ces projets éditoriaux nous amèneront à considérer les réseaux de relations et de pratiques qui font de l’édition indépendante une expérience collective.

Apropos des participant(e)s :

Fondée en 2013 par Marie-Douce St-Jacques et mise en formes par Baptiste Alchourroun et Amandine Guillard, Le laps est une petite maison d’édition montréalaise indépendante qui publie des textes en marge de la littérature, privilégiant la sensibilité singulière d’artistes de tout horizon. Le laps fabrique des intervalles, des échappées lumineuses pour faire entendre ces voix.

Anne-Marie Trépanier (iel/elle) est un-e artiste-chercheureuse, éditeurice et activiste culturel-le originaire de Gatineau basé-e à Tiohtià:ke / Mooniyaang / Montréal. À travers une pratique indisciplinée qui intègre le documentaire, l’histoire orale, la publication et les médias numériques, iel s’intéresse à la transmission en tant que phénomène social, affectif et politique.

Les activités artistiques de François Lemieux allient pratique, édition et recherche sous la forme d’installations, de documents et de situations susceptibles d’alimenter une réflexion collective sur les notions de valeur, d’exposition, de commun et de rapport à la norme. Au Canada, ses ateliers, ses films et ses œuvres ont été présentés notamment à articule, à la Galerie Leonard & Bina Ellen de l’Université Concordia, au Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal et au Centre Banff.

Andy Maple vit et travaille à Tiotià:ke/Mooniyang/Montréal, d’où elle enchevêtre les statuts d’artiste visuelle, de travailleuse culturelle, d’étudiante et de jardinière sur petite surface. De sa posture multidisciplinaire, elle dirige son attention sur la perte du lien au monde vivant, à partir de l’histoire coloniale, et recherche activement des moyens de guérir de cette perte. Avec Alex Pouliot, elle cofonde la maison d’édition Pièce jointe en 2020, dans le but de diffuser de la recherche d’artistes en art actuel.

Guillaume Bégin a complété un BAC en Beaux-arts à l’Université Concordia, où il s’est initié à différentes techniques d’impression et à la reliure.  En 2018, sa rencontre avec Enora Sanschagrin et Gaëlle Cordeau donne naissance aux Éditions Grosse Fugue dont il devient co-éditeur et concepteur graphique. Grosse Fugue désire faire la lumière sur des écrits poétiques rédigés en parallèle et souvent dans l’ombre d’une pratique artistique. Elle publie depuis 2019 des poètes souvent inédits de Montréal et d’ailleurs, ainsi que des artistes qui intègrent une dimension littéraire à leur travail.

 

MUTATIONS: Bilan et perspectives d’un forum de réflexion autour de l’édition numérique

10.03.21 15 :30

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Initiateur du forum MUTATIONS et directeur de TOPO, Michel Lefebvre survolera une multitude d’enjeux soulevés par les invité.es du forum. Cette présentation offrira un concentré de l’ensemble du forum et donnera lieu au dévoilement de projets d’édition numériques inédits, hybrides, prévus pour une diffusion virtuelle, matérielle ou audiovisuelle.

FORUM MUTATIONS :: LE LIVRE À L’ÈRE NUMÉRIQUE

De mars à juin 2021, TOPO présentait le forum virtuel Mutations :: Le livre à l’ère numérique, un programme de 24 webinaires avec une vingtaine d’intervenants et intervenantes occupant un rôle clé dans le processus de l’édition numérique, en création, réalisation, diffusion et commercialisation, autour de différents enjeux. Les 24 webinaires sont maintenant en ligne sur notre chaine Youtube.

TOPO remercie le Conseil des arts du Canada pour le financement de MUTATIONS à travers le fonds Stratégie numérique.

 

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