MANIF D’ART 4 – TOI/YOU La rencontre

La biennale de Québec
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    3e impérial Centre d’essai en art actuel (Granby, Québec) presents

    Photo : © Nina Dubois
    L’objet retourné
    [Forum]
    Opening cocktail June 6, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.
    June 7, 2008 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    June 8, 2008, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
    Centre Alyne-Lebel
    Admission: free
    Moderator : Alain-Martin Richard
    Panélistes : Guy Blackburn (Chicoutimi, Québec), Ève Cadieux (Québec, Québec), Anne Cauquelin (France), Martin Dufrasne (Montréal, Québec), Caroline Gagné (Québec, Québec), Geneviève Goyer-Ouimette (Québec, Québec), Patrice Loubier (Montréal, Québec), Lisanne Nadeau (Québec, Québec), Florence de Mèredieu (France), Stephen Wright (France)
    Interventions artistiques : Patrick Beaulieu (Montréal, Québec), Collectif impérial – Danyèle Alain (Roxton Pound, Québec), Martin Dufrasne (Montréal, Québec), Caroline Gagné (Québec, Québec), Thomas Grondin (Gatineau, Québec), Ronald & Richard (Saint-Joseph de Beauce, Québec)
    Determined to play its role as aesthetic player, moderator and prospector, the 3e impérial, Centre d’essai en art actuel proposes the forum L’objet retourné to explore the meaning, role and status of the object in contemporary art. The forum will address the supposed disappearance of the art object, putting the hypothesis of disappearance to the test.

     

    Antenne-A and the Manif d’art present

    Photo : © Pascale Boislard
    The opening show of the Manif d’art 4 with Creature (Montréal, Québec) et Mr. Orange (Québec, Québec)
    [Festive evening]
    May 1, 2008 at 10 p.m.
    Admission: $10 with the MANIF-CARTE ($5)
    Le Cercle on Saint-Joseph
    As soon as the opening of the main exhibition at Espaces GM ends, the Manif d’art invites you to a festive evening organized by Antenne-A. Highlighting emerging artists and technology, the pop, funk, and post-punk of Creature, followed by the musical arrangements of Mr.Orange, will definitively launch this 4th edition of the Manif d’art.

     

    Galerie Sans Nom and the Association des groupes en arts visuels francophones (L’AGAVF) present

    Photo : © Lucie Legault
    Leurre juste, 2008
    [Outdoor performances and group exhibition]
    Jean-Denis Boudreau (Moncton, Canada), Collectif Taupe (Moncton, Canada), Maria Legault (Toronto, Canada), Jason St-Laurent (Toronto, Canada), Dominique Rey et Vanessa Rigaux (Winnipeg, Canada), Stefan St-Laurent (Ottawa, Canada)
    June 7 to June 15, 2008
    Opening June 7 at 5 p.m.
    The Cercle on Saint-Joseph
    Visit www.galeriesansnom.org for the schedule and locations of the outdoor performances.
    Leurre juste, a performance event in the streets of Québec City, proposes the work of six artists and collectives from various francophone regions of Canada. An exhibition relating to the performances will be shown at the Cercle on Saint-Joseph.

     

    Acknowledgements: the Secrétariat aux affaires intergouvernementales canadiennes, Canadian Heritage, the Canada Council for the Arts, Tam-Ca Vo-Van of the Saw Gallery, Danielle Tremblay of the Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario, Denis Prieur of the Maison des artistes visuels.

     

    CKRL MF 89.1 and the Manif d’art present
    Special programming: Manif d’art 4
    [live from the Manif d’art]
    Each Saturday from May 3 to June 14, 2008
    From noon to 2 p.m.

    Espace GM 509

     

    Admission : MANIF-CARTE

    Join in special CKRL programming devoted to the 4th edition of the Manif d’art. Broadcast live on CKRL MF 89.1 from the main exhibition site at Espace GM 509, hosts Jean-Pierre Guay, Richard Ste-Marie and their numerous guests take time to examine all of the biennial’s exhibitions and activities.

     

    CorresponDANSE presents

    Photo : © Susanna Hood
    Spectacle de danse contemporaine
    Choreographers : Marie Béland (Montréal, Québec), Daniel Bélanger (Québec, Québec), Sarah Bild (Montréal, Québec), Susanna Hood (Toronto, Canada) et Brice Noeser (Québec / France)
    May 16 and 17, 2008 at 8 p.m.
    Studio la Rotonde
    Admission: $10 (no reservations) / $7 with the MANIF-CARTE ($5)

     

    Show/workshop for children and teenagers
    May 16, 2008 at 1:30 p.m.
    Studio la Rotonde
    Admission: voluntary contribution ($5 recommended)

    CorresponDANSE is uniting the choreographers Brice Noeser (Québec/France), Sarah Bild (Montréal) and Susanna Hood (Toronto) for a 2-week creation and research residency with two young dancers. The fruit of their efforts will be shown to the public.

     

    Acknowledgements: the Canada Council for the Arts; the cultural development agreement between the City of Québec and the Ministère de la Culture, des Communications et de la Condition feminine; the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.

     

    ERREUR de TYPE 27 presents

    Photo : © Erreur de type 27
    Clarinettes par-ci ! Clarinettes par-là !, 2008
    [Concert]
    June 1 at 3 p.m.
    Espace GM 509
    Admission: MANIF-CARTE ($5)
    ERREUR de TYPE 27 intends to present music as DARING and POWERFUL as the visual pieces surrounding it. One, two, three, four clarinets and associates incorporate the atmosphere of the exhibition in a colourful and inventive concert in collaboration avec la MANIF D’ART 4.

     

    Acknowledgements: the Manif d’art 4 and its generous sponsors.

     

    The magazine esse arts + opinions presents
    Launch of number 63 : Actions réciproques et du livre L’indécidable : écarts et déplacements de l’art actuel
    [Publication launch]
    Lancement le 7 juin 2008 à 17h00
    Presence June 8, 2008 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
    Centre Alyne Lebel
    Admission: free
    esse is presenting its most recent edition devoted to video, multimedia, web art and participative work in which interaction and interactivity overlap. The magazine is also launching the book L’indécidable, a compilation exploring the multiplicity of frontiers where the lines between art and non-art blur.

     

    Folie/Culture presents

    Photo : © Émilie Baillargeon
    Les Regards Fous, 2008
    [Cast-iron bas-reliefs]
    Thierry Arcand-Bossé, Martin Bureau, François Chevalier, Cooke-Sasseville, Amélie Laurence-Fortin, Laurent Gagnon, Paryse Martin, Jacques Samson, Les Sœurs Couture, Folie/Culture (Québec, Québec)
    Permanent exhibition
    As of June 13, 2008
    Rue de Saint-Vallier Est, close to the ramps of the Dufferin-Montmorency highway.

     

    À la rencontre des regards, 2008
    [Outdoor intervention, closing event of the Manif d’art 4]
    June 13, 2008 at 8 p.m.
    Rue de Saint-Vallier Est, close to the ramps of the Dufferin-Montmorency highway.

    Les regards fous: Folie/Culture invited 10 artists to create a piece cast in iron and installed as a manhole cover in the area surrounding the future Xi’an park.
    The launch of the pieces and the art intervention À la rencontre des regards: Folie/Culture is inviting the general public to a unique experience, a magical fishing expedition to discover what lies below the city…

     

    Acknowledgements: the Fonderie Bibby-Ste-Croix, the Arrondissement de the Cité, the Conseil des arts and des lettres du Québec, the cultural development agreement of the City of Québec and the Ministère de the Culture, des Communications and de the Condition féminine, the culture department of the City of Québec.

     

    Jump Ship Rat and the Manif d’art present

    Photo : © Ben Parry, 2007 – Beat2 : Facr Centre, Liverpool
    Milk Float, 2006
    [Kling, clunk, slash and boom]
    Ben Parry (Great Britaine) et Jacques Chauchat (France)
    May 1 to May 10, 2008
    Downtown streets of Québec City
    Milk float is a 1975 milk truck measuring 45 m2 that contains many kilos of urban refuse that is metamorphosed into a discordant electro-mechanical orchestra. Inter-related kinetic sculptures create a reverberating anarchistic cacophony of motors, pulleys, wheels, gears, bells and other mechanisms in which the viewer may perceive the poetic language of consumer waste.

     

    Acknowledgements: British Council and Liverpool Biennial

     

    Kinö presents

    Photo : © Rozenn Potin
    Kabaret Kinö
    [Screenings]
    May 18, 2008 at 8 p.m., Kinö-lab
    Église Notre-Dame-de-Jacques-Cartier
    May 18, 2008 at 8 p.m., soirée de projection
    Le Cercle sur Saint-Joseph
    Admission: voluntary contribution ($5 recommended)
    The Kabaret Kinö is a 4-day media event in which each Kinoïte creates work that is presented at an evening of screenings held on the last night.

     

    La Rotonde – Centre chorégraphique contemporain de Québec presents

    Photo : © David Canon
    Portes ouvertes sur la création du spectacle Le fil de l’Histoire, 2008
    [Contemporary dance]
    Company : Le Fils d’Adrien Danse
    Choreographer : Harold Rhéaume (Québec, Québec)
    Dancers : Amélie Bédard, Daniel Bélanger, Stéphane Deligny, Jean-François Déziel, Alan Lake, Brice Noeser, Katrine Patry, Ariane Vega, Lydia Wagner, Arielle Warnke St-Pierre (Québec, Québec)
    June 12 and June 26, 2008 at 1 p.m.
    Location to be determined according to the weather. Call 418.523.1733 the day of the activity for the location.
    Admission: free
    The natural partner of the company Le fils d’Adrien danse, La Rotonde is associating with Le fil de l’Histoire and opening its doors to the creation of a show underscoring the 400th anniversary of the city of Québec. On the program: 10 itinerant dancers dressed in red in three choreographic scenes evoking figures and popular actions that marked our past.

     

    Magazine Bazzart presents

    Photo : © Guillaume D. Cyr
    Cocktail Bazzart
    [Launch of the May-June edition]
    May 15, 2008 at 5 p.m.
    Microbrasserie la Barberie
    We are celebrating the launch of the May-June edition of Bazzart, devoted to art interventions in public spaces! Join us to discover and rediscover what can be found in Québec City. Bazzart clears the way!

     

    Acknowledgements: numerous volunteer collaborators, generous partners, talented artists from the Québec City region and our readers.

     

    The Manif d’art presents

     

     

    Portraits d’artistes
    [Outdoor projections]
    Jocelyne Alloucherie, Patrick Altman, Danielle April, Raymonde April, Carole Baillargeon, Richard Baillargeon, Ivan Binet, Denise Blackburn, Gilbert Boyer, Martin Bureau, François Chevalier, Cooke-Sasseville, Lucienne Cornet, Jean-François Côté, Florent Cousineau, Donald Dardy, Alexandre David, Doyon-Rivest, Doyon-Demers, Boris Firquet, Claudie Gagnon, Jocelyn Gasse, Vivian Gottheim*, Marcel Jean, Paul Lacroix, Diane Landry, Lucie Lefebvre, Lauréat Marois, Marcel Marois, Paryse Martin, François Mathieu, Jean-Pierre Morin, Serge Murphy, David Naylor, Michel Parent, James Partaik, Guy Pellerin, Cyril Reed, Richard Mills, Jocelyn Robert, Hélène Rochette, Gabriel Routhier, Reno Salvail, Chantal Séguin, Helga Shlitter, Karen Trask*, Louise Viger, Bill Vincent
    June 5, 2008 at dusk
    In front of Saint-Roch church
    The following day in case of rain
    Admission: MANIF-CARTE ($5)
    Portraits d’artistes is a series of portfolios presenting the work of 10 to 15 Québec City artists who have marked the local art scene. In a festive atmosphere, the work of the artists will be projected outdoors.

     

    Acknowledgements: Canadian Heritage

     

    Productions Rhizome presents

    Photo : © Simon Dumas
    Projections, 2008
    [Performance, short stories, cinema]
    Simon Dumas (Québec, Québec) et Andrée-Anne Michaud (Montréal, Québec)
    May 2, 2008 at 8 p.m.
    Premier Acte
    This film, created from short texts taken from the book Projections by Andrée A. Michaud (Éditions J’ai VU) is an impressionistic canvas depicting the “crack” of the main character, a middle-aged woman. In counterpoint to the poetic images, the actor’s role allows the viewer to feel the complexity of the emotions afforded by the text.

     

    Acknowledgements: Spirafilm and Éditions J’ai Vu

     

    The Regroupement des artistes en arts visuels du Québec (RAAV) and Canadian Artists’ Representation (CARFAC) present

    Photo : © Françoise Lafrance
    Round table on the social implication of visual artists
    [Round table]
    May 30, 2008 at 7 p.m.
    Auditorium of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

     

    Noms des invités :

    On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Refus Global and the 40th anniversary of CARFAC, the Regroupement des artistes en arts visuels du Québec (RAAV) is organizing a round table on the theme of the social implication of visual artists. If the Refus global were rewritten in 2008, what would it say?

     

    Tremplin d’actualisation de poésie presents
    Les vies-à-vies, 2008
    [Cabaret of living poetry and slam]
    Part 1 : Annie Beaulac, Andrée Marceau (Québec, Québec), Luc Boissonneault, Martin Corriveau, Sébastien Dulude et Karine Roberge (Trois-Rivières, Québec)
    Part 2 : Open stage
    Musician : Jean-Phillipe Côté (Québec, Québec)
    June 11, 2008 at 8:30 pm.
    Tam-Tam Café
    Poets, musicians and visual artists perform live with André Marceau in a cabaret of living poetry and slam. In the spirit of “meeting,” an open microphone follows.

     

    Acknowledgements: the Centre communautaire and résidentiel Jacques-Cartier and the Tam-Tam Café