1 pm – 3D Printer Explorations by Manon Labrecque (in French), Studio 01
Manon Labrecque has been invited by the Turbine centre to explore the technical and artistic possibilities of the MakerBot Replicator 3D printer, in order to consider the experimental uses of this new technology. During her residence, the artist proposes to explore the 3D printer’s potential as related to the design and fabrication of all kinds of mechanisms. In considering the technology’s possibilities as well as its constraints, she wishes to test new avenues with regards to her work on the body, movement, and the universe of the unconscious. The work will be carried out in collaboration with the Communautique organization, which will provide technical support, and will culminate in a public presentation at OBORO, highlighting the creative process and outcome of the artist’s research.
2:30 pm – Mahalleluia: Soundwalk with Chœur Maha, at OBORO and outdoors
Chœur Maha takes the sacred song out of the concert hall and the art installation out of the gallery. Come join us for a "singing soundwalk" in and around the building of OBORO and along Duluth street. The sweet sound of choral singing will be explored in as many different volumes and contexts as possible.
3:30 pm – Commented visit of Well Framed with the artist Jonathan Villeneuve (in French), Exhibition galleries
Discover alongside Jonathan Villeneuve his installation Well Framed that assembles various articulated structures, which, through a process of accumulation, create a sound landscape that physically involves the spectator, immersing them in a poetic experience. The artist wishes to demarcate a space, infer a trajectory, while the spectator, attracted by the movement and various sounds produced by the automatic manipulation of the objects, is encouraged to move about in the space in order to discover the multiple viewpoints possible.