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Curator's Talk - Meet with Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel
Thursday, July 6 at 7pm
Mercer Union
1286 Bloor Street West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6H 1N9

Free and all welcome

Invited to Toronto by Mercer Union, as part of the Steps/Mesures program organized in partnership with the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Canada and the Institut français in Paris, the two curators Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel will be in Toronto for a talk at Mercer Union on July 6th at 7pm. They will discuss the Toronto’s connection to Marconia di Pisticci, a small town in Basilicata, South Italy, where they were invited in 2016 to lead a workshop investigating a kind of unconscious soundscape of the place and its surroundings.

More information here

Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel are independent art critics and curators. They notably founded the bi-annual and bilingual contemporary art magazine about sound VOLUME in 2010. Since then they work together in the frame of the editorial and curatorial platform What You See Is What You Hear, created in 2014 and which they are still running, exploring the links existing between contemporary art and expanded sound. Drawing as much from art history and phenomenology as from media theory and cultural studies, their research, curatorial and editorial projects attach a specific importance to notions such as transmission, communication and diffusion.

Steps/Mesures is a short-term residency program presented in partnership with the Institut Français and the Consulate General of France in Toronto. This program invites artists and curators living in France for a series of short-term residencies in Toronto to forge conversation between cultural ecologies.

With the support of the Institut français in Paris and the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Canada

 

 

Mercer Union 1286 Bloor Street West Toronto

TORONTO - Meet with the French curators Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel

When
July 6th 2017
Where
Mercer Union
1286 Bloor Street West
Toronto

Curator's Talk - Meet with Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel
Thursday, July 6 at 7pm
Mercer Union
1286 Bloor Street West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6H 1N9

Free and all welcome

Invited to Toronto by Mercer Union, as part of the Steps/Mesures program organized in partnership with the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Canada and the Institut français in Paris, the two curators Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel will be in Toronto for a talk at Mercer Union on July 6th at 7pm. They will discuss the Toronto’s connection to Marconia di Pisticci, a small town in Basilicata, South Italy, where they were invited in 2016 to lead a workshop investigating a kind of unconscious soundscape of the place and its surroundings.

More information here

Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel are independent art critics and curators. They notably founded the bi-annual and bilingual contemporary art magazine about sound VOLUME in 2010. Since then they work together in the frame of the editorial and curatorial platform What You See Is What You Hear, created in 2014 and which they are still running, exploring the links existing between contemporary art and expanded sound. Drawing as much from art history and phenomenology as from media theory and cultural studies, their research, curatorial and editorial projects attach a specific importance to notions such as transmission, communication and diffusion.

Steps/Mesures is a short-term residency program presented in partnership with the Institut Français and the Consulate General of France in Toronto. This program invites artists and curators living in France for a series of short-term residencies in Toronto to forge conversation between cultural ecologies.

With the support of the Institut français in Paris and the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Canada