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Vernissage: Quasi-Nature

Vernissage: Quasi-Nature

 
The difficulty lies in the very expression “relation to the world,” which presupposes two sorts of domains, that of nature and that of culture, domains that are at once distinct and impossible to separate completely.
— Bruno Latour
Plátanos con Platino Exhibition Poster.
 

Archive Contemporary x The Earth Issue
Curated by Maela Ohana

Eleven contemporary artists address their personal relationship to the natural world, with an emphasis on the scope and function of art in the anthropocene. Each work presents an example of symbiosis between self and nature, artistically explored through painting, installation and photographic mediums.

Aaron Glasson
Adriaan de Roover
Alisa Tanaka King
Charlotte Ghomeshi
Chiara Zonca
Colin Courtney
Frédéric Tougas
Holly Klein
Laurence Patenaude
Sarina Gensler
Sonia Roseval


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Archive Contemporary also hosts events centered around discourse, skill sharing and community building through its artist-led educational programming. Montreal-based artists (and/or artists planning to travel to Montreal) are welcome to submit pitches for creative events to maela@archivec.art. The gallery is also accepting submissions for future exhibitions and collaborative projects.

SATURDAY 17 AUGUST
7 PM - FREE ENTRY
2471 Rue du Centre
Montreal H3K1J9


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MANIFESTO

Our 3rd Issue will be displayed at the exhibition. Copies can be purchased there.


For more information on consigned work and upcoming events, please visit:

ART IN THE ANTROPOCENE:  The potential for art as a vehicle for transformation

ART IN THE ANTROPOCENE: The potential for art as a vehicle for transformation

7Sessions: Environmental Art & Media

7Sessions: Environmental Art & Media

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