Upcoming Exhibitions

Floating paper

Floating paper

Group Exhibition 
February 6 to March 27, 2021

A group exhibition that questions the place of drawing in the practice of artists working in numeric, digital and robotic arts.

With: Samuel Arsenault-Brassard, Adam Basanta, Nathalie Bujold, Robbin Deyo, Jean-Pierre Gauthier, Elisabeth Picard, Sabrina Ratté, Christine Redfern, Skawennati.

Curator: Elsa Guyot

 

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Samuel Arsenault-Brassard

Samuel Arsenault-Brassard

CULTVRAL Gallery - VR Program
February 6 to March 27, 2021

As a part of its VR program, ELLEPHANT presents every month a new piece by artists all around the world. We present Samuel Arsenault-Brassard and his work CULTVRAL Gallery.

Samuel Arsenault-Brassard is a Canadian multidisciplinary artist inspired by the cross of architecture and the continuous progress of digital hyper-reality.

Curator: Christine Redfern

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Elisabeth Picard

Elisabeth Picard

Hylozoïsme - Solo Exhibition
April 3 to May 15, 2021

The common thread of Elisabeth Picard’s Hylozoïsme series is the contemplation of both line and knot unfolding in space. Fascinated by the processes of growth and transformation found in the living world, Elisabeth Picard focuses on two types of creation in this series: fixed sculptural compositions in space and kinetic compositions with movement generated by motors.

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Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Asservissements & Générateur stochastique - Solo Exhibition
May 29 to June 19, 2021

The Générateur stochastique and Asservissements installations share an approach that shifts between the desire tocontrol a system and the desire to relinquish control. While a sound event would normally unfold in linear time,interactivity short-circuits the way the sound is received, and despite their degree of autonomy, the works serve thewill of their viewers. The elements of randomness in Jean-Pierre Gauthier’s sound installations spark interactions,echoes, variations, and arrangements—dynamics similar to improvisation, itself an important part of the artist’smusical practice per se. Indeed, the freedom to be inspired by and respond to the immediate is a precious kind ofservitude.

This project is presented in a partnership between OBORO and the ELLEPHANT gallery in Montreal.

 

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