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October 9, 2019 to November 24, 2019
Using geometric shapes inspired by traditional Anishinaabe patterns, the territory is divided, reassembled and fragmented in a dynamic series of motions. The ages-old patterns are related to long-suppressed Indigenous knowledge. They represent unknown lands, invisible boundaries and transitional spaces.
From October 9 to November 24, 2019
Nightfall to 11 p.m.
On the façade of UQAM’s Pavillon Président-Kennedy
As part of the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, Monday to Sunday
From October 24, Thursday to Sunday
Duration of 10 minutes
Created by Caroline Monnet
Caroline Monnet is a multidisciplinary artist. Originally from the Outaouais region, she is now based in Montreal. After studying sociology and communications at the University of Ottawa and the University of Grenada (Spain), she launched a prolific film and visual arts career. Her short films have earned numerous nominations and awards at festivals around the world. In visual arts, she has exhibited her work in both solo and group shows, including at the Whitney Museum Biennale (New York), Arsenal art contemporain Montréal, the National Gallery of Canada and the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal.
Concept and production : Caroline Monnet
Animation : Frances Adair McKenzie
Produced by the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership and presented by the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma.