Coup de patin

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Coup de patin

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in partnership with Les amis de la montagne

Event
March 1, 2018, 5pm to 8pm, Beaver Lake Pavillon

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Coup de patin is an outreach sound project by OBORO media art centre in collaboration with Les amis de la montagne.

Over the course of five workshops led by sound artist Geronimo Inutiq with musician Stephen Beaupré, ten participants were guided through the urban winter wilderness of Mount Royal to collect sound samples, later remixed in OBORO's studios.

The project return to the top of our city's eponymous mountain, with a public broadcast of the group's collective experimental sound creation at the skating rink on March 1, 2018 from 5-8 pm.

The skaters will also be able to enjoy this collective sound creation at the Beaver Lake ice skating rink, from March 2-10, 2018, every hour on the hour from 5-9 pm.

This project is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Communications and the City of Montreal as part of the Montreal Cultural Development Agreement.

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Geronimo Inutiq

Geronimo Inutiq is a multimedia and electronic music artist and DJ. His solo exhibition ISUMAGINAGU was presented at Gallery 101, in Ottawa (Ontario), as part of the Asinabka Festival. ARCTICNOISE has been shown at Trinity Square Video (Toronto), grunt gallery (Vancouver), and AKA Artist-Run (Saskatoon). Inutiq’s videos have been featured in the exhibition Beat Nation and at A-Space Gallery (Toronto), as part of the 2015 ImagineNative Film & Media Arts Festival. He has performed live and deejayed at Transmediale in Berlin, the Musée de la civilisation in Quebec City, and the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, and has composed theme songs for film and television (Inuit Broadcasting Corporation and NFB). Born in the Canadian Arctic and having lived in Montreal for a long time, Inutiq has roots in Quebec and the Far North.

Stephen Beaupré

Montreal has been home for Stephen Beaupré's distinct and exhilarating musical production for 2 decades. Attracting early attention as part of the techno duo Crackhaus, Stephen gained further recognition as a solo artist with releases on Montreal label Musique Risquée, particularly his 2006 album, the skillful Foe Destroyer. Since, Stephen has released music on acclaimed labels such as Circus Company, and Perlon. Through his particular musical approach, he constructs rich forms of spirited rhythms, lush melodies and wistful vocals. In 2010, Stephen engaged his more experimental side with Gemmiform, an ambitious audio-visual project in collaboration with video artist Nancy Belzile.