An interview I did earlier this summer with Hatim Chahid of La Champagnerie.
In this episode of the EZ Montreal Art Podcast Eloi Desjardins and Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand discuss the Thomas Demand exhibit at DHC Art. Along the way they mention Maison Boulud, busted art, Michael Fried, Mister Rogers and the Beach Boys Smile.
If you can answer the trivia question, email us at email@example.com and you can win a fabulous prize!
If you would like to hear previous episodes of The EZ Montreal Art Podcast click here: Season 2, episode 1, Episode 13, Episode 12, Episode 11, Episode 10, Episode 9, Episode 8, Episode 7, Episode 6, Episode 5, Episode 4, Episode 3, Episode 2, Episode 1.
Last November I had the chance to interview Pierre Dorion about the exhibit he had at the Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal and about his practice. I was finally able to finish editing it over the holidays. If you have a spare 37 minutes to watch, I
think hope you might like it.
Either way I’d suggest watching it on a fullscreen as the native resolution is 1280 x 720, and it was filmed in HD.
A while ago, I went to see Atlas PyroVision Productions’ “Pyro Fantasia” which was part of L’International des Feux Loto-Qubec presented by Telus. July 31, 2012 to be exact. I was finally able to get all the technology working as it should, and this is my review.
or if you prefer watching on YouTube…
Then finally if you would like to see a collage I made of the four videos I was able to find of the performance, click here.
Specifically Julie Favreau, Patrick Martinez, Steven Brower, and Mathieu Beausejour at Galerie Clark. Videozones at the Galerie de l’UQAM – where Rosemarie Padovano’s Paloma, Michel de Broin’s Cut into the Dark, Sophie Bélair-Clement‘s Interlude 1974 are talked about and Elisa Kreisinger’s & Marc Faletti’s video
is compared to that of Kutiman‘s (which is not part of the exhibit).
The discussion continues about the exhibit at Articule re-marquer le territoire with Jérôme Havre, Michelle Lacombe, Emilie Roz, Patricia Smith and the show at Optica with Sylvie Cotton, Sebastein Cliche, Chelsea Knight and Mark Tribe.
We then wrap up the show with our first ever Monteal Art Trivia Question. Email us the response, and have a chance to win an amazing prize!
Last month Eloi Desjardins from Un show de mot’arts and I got together to discuss art in Montreal in the summer. We were in Joliette to see the Jacques Hurtubise exhibit there (more on it later) but the conversation quickly got focused on the Melanie Gilligan exhibit Popular Unrest at Galerie Vox. This is the second part of a recording we made at the same time as the The EZ Montreal Art Podcast episode 4, Ryoji Ikeda at DHC/Art.