What we are saying – Public Recordings / Ame Henderson
Public Recordings will be soon in residence at OBORO, developing the sound component of their new work, What we are saying, to be presented next June in Montréal as part of the Festival TransAmériques.
Residency: April 10-14, 2013
Scar Project, Archive – Commissioned work
with Nadia Myre
We are pleased to introduce artist Nadia Myre, who will be in residence at OBORO for several months, creating an immersive multimedia installation based on stories from the Scar Project, Archive. The artist will select from over 1400 canvases and texts collected from participants who have offered testimony on physical, emotional, psychological scars.
Exhibition: Autumn 2014
Félix Boisvert – Concerto au Sol
As part of the International Puppet Theater Festival Les Trois Jours de Casteliers, multidisciplinary artist Félix Boisvert comes to OBORO to polish and introduce an excerpt from his new work: the story of a musician and the music that took him by the hand…
Residency: March 4 – 11, 2013
Performances: Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9
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John Boyle-Singfield – Ateliers studios Saguenay-Montréal program
OBORO is pleased to welcome Chicoutimi-based artist John Boyle-Singfield. Winner of the production/residency grant in digital arts and new media (Saguenay’s section), Mr. Boyle-Singfield will spend his residency pursuing experiments in the field of the technological monochrome.
Residency: February 1 – April 30, 2013
Artist Talk: Thursday, April 18 at 5:30 pm
Writing Audio Art – Lewis Kaye
OBORO is pleased to welcome Toronto researcher, educator, and sound artist Lewis Kaye for his residency. By delving into our audio art archives and conducting targeted interviews, Kaye will explore relationships between the experiences of sound and of space, culminating with the publication of a text next January.
In collaboration with esse arts + opinions.
June 26 – 29 and August 13 – 18, 2012