Lantern of 4001 Berri

© A. Parisien, 2017

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© A. Parisien, 2017

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Lantern of 4001 Berri

Parade of lanterns and outdoor projections
Saturday, June 9, 2018, 6:00 to 10:30 p.m.

Artists
Aaron Pollard (2boys.tv)
Cheryl Pagurek 
Danielle Raymond
Egotrip Productions
Frances Adair McKenzie
Marie Samuel Levasseur
Olivia McGilchrist
Parissa Mohit
Rojin Shafiei
Tina Bararian 

              

The cultural organizations of 4001 Berri invite you to take part in Lantern of 4001 Berri, a neighborhood event that combines a workshop, a parade in the park, ambulatory performances, followed by an outdoor screening in front of the 4001 Berri building. This event is free and accessible to all.

Lantern of the 4001 Berri is an initiative from the different cultural organizations in media arts located at 4001 – OBORO, Studio XX, Groupe Intervention Vidéo (GIV). For the occasion, the Conseil québécois des arts médiatiques and the studio Xangle – Eric Paré will offer their windows located on the ground floor for the projection of video works.

Schedule

  • 1 pm - 4 pm: Family friendly ongoing lantern making workshop as part of the Media Arts for Family exhibition at Studio XX (4001 Berri, door 201) More info: https://bit.ly/2wL0Nym
  • 4 pm - 6 pm: Little books and printmaking workshop with Pata Macedo in the MobileArtLab in front of 4001 Berri 
  • 6 pm - 8 pm: Family friendly ongoing lantern making workshop at parc La Fontaine (corner of de la Roche and avenue du Parc-La Fontaine)
  • 8 pm: Gathering at parc La Fontaine (corner of de la Roche and avenue du Parc-La Fontaine)
  • 8:30 pm - 9 pm: Parade of lanterns in the parc La Fontaine towards the 4001 Berri with ambulatory performances *Bring your own DIY, LED lantern or come make one at one of our workshops!
  • 9 pm - 10:30 pm: Video projections on the windows of 4001 Berri - the street will be closed for the occasion.

Rain or shine!

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Cheryl Pagurek

Cheryl Pagurek is an artist living in Ottawa whose practice mixes experimentation with photo and video. While based on keen observation of reality and everyday occurrences, the works disrupt our usual expectations of these media and their traditional claim to verisimilitude, highlighting instead their constructed nature.

Frances Adair Mckenzie

Frances Adair Mckenzie is a multi-media artist who combines genres and technologies as a means to invoke the construction of fanstastical internal and external worlds. Her work in motion-design, animation and immersive installation evokes a din of concentrated effects that meld both high and low cultural references and technologies. With a simultaneous eye to the history of art and the culture of Pop, she extends upon the precedents of feminism and digital culture only to foreground the spectacle as a D.I.Y space of subversion and tool of emporwerment. Frances Adair Mckenzie lives and works in Montreal. She attained a diploma in New Media from BCIT and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University. The National Film Board of Canada (ONF) has commissioned her animations and her work has been exhibited at the MAC (Musée d'art contemporain) in Montreal and in the Satosphere of the SAT (Société des Arts Technologiques). Frances also collaborates with Aleks Schurmer, to form the collective Party Like It's 1699. The collective's aim is to take classical music from the confines of the modern concert hall and to reclaim it as a popular medium in the form of a digital Baroque opera.

Rojin Shafiei

Rojin Shafiei is an Iranian artist living and working in Montreal. In her videos, art is a vehicle for the translation of cultural messages and is used to present diverse feminine subjectivities. She explores these themes both through a literal documentary style and as symbols. She is particularly inspired by the observation of routines, on both individual and at the metropolis levels. 

Tina Bararian

Tina Bararian is an Iranian modern dancer and choreographer based in Toronto. She holds a BA in Film and Cinema Studies at York University, and a diploma in modern and ballet dance from George Brown College in Toronto. She has been awarded as the 2nd runner up in TCCSA's (The Cross-Cultural Community Services Association) Youth Ambassador Competition 2012 and has performed on television and several dance theatre performances.