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Claudia Bernal, Christine Brault, Constanza Camelo, Livia Daza-Paris, Maria Ezcurra, Helena Martin Franco, Giorgia Volpe
Commissaire | Curator : Nuria Carton de Grammont

From January 18th 2020 to March 14th 2020
Un, dos, tres por mí y mis compañeras

The exhibition Un, dos, tres por mí y mis compañeras seeks to make visible the artistic practice of women who were pioneers of Latin-Canadian performance. Although their professional practice is now largely consolidated in the Canadian and international arts community, there is still a gap in understanding and analyzing their collective involvement. These artists have developped a praxis within the cross-border space of Canada and Latin America by positioning themselves in the current debate on the place of cultural diversity in Quebec society.





Scott Benesiinaabandan
From April 11th 2020 to June 13th 2020

Scott Benesiinaabandan, an Anishinabe artist working in new technologies (VR), will occupy the two main galleries with a new sound installation. Benesiinaabandan continues his exploration of language, focusing on the transmission of Amerindian languages and their constant evolution.