The long-awaited publication accompanying the two-part eponymous exhibition presented at the Ellen Gallery and Dazibao is now available!
Dazibao and PRIM, in a joint collaboration, are excited to offer a unique residency for an artist to produce and exhibit a project.
Sharing One’s Own Face, considers the issues raised by the face in the practice of filming the self.
Natalie Bookchin is an artist and filmmaker who, through virtuosic editing and innovative sonic and visual montage, interrogates American society and its increased inequality and polarization as well as the seismic impact of the digital tools and platforms that determine the shape and texture of contemporary life.
Images so that we may hear; sounds so that we may see. A willingness to refine our understanding of the world, to extract from the unique relationship of sound and image a meaning that transcends our initial perception of the whole.
To conclude the exhibition Spécial Video Pool Special: What's Wrong With Romance?, Dazibao is pleased to welcome Mi’kmaq poet, writer and critic Shannon Webb-Campbell. Placing her own texts in conversation with a selection of videos works from What’s Wrong With Romance?, Webb-Campbell proposes a dialogue on desire, sexuality and identity from feminist, queer and Indigenous perspectives.
Dazibao offers a program of short video works surrounding the theme of romance.
Public conversation between the artist Hubert Caron-Guay and Montreal-based lawyer Véronique Lamontagne, whose legal practice specializes in human rights and immigration.
The exhibition explores the unique variations surrounding memory and the questions of migration and displacement.