Monique Moumblow Integration of Archives and Analog Video in Multimedia Installations 

Date(s): May 31 to 7 2023 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Saturday, Jun 3rd 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday, Jun 4th 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM


OBORO – Studio 1 (black box); Studio 3 (multimedia production); Studio 4 (multifunction) 

Pedagogical Assistant: Tracy Valcárcel Rodriguez


Integration of Archives and Analog Video in Multimedia Installations 

Monique Moumblow, 2022

In collaboration with REPAIRE

With the financial participation of Services Québec

• Maximum number of participants: 10

• 15 hours of training

• Cost: $90 plus taxes

• To register, contact the New Media Laboratory by phone or by email: 514-844-3250, ext. 230 or

Training Goals:

• Understand the aesthetic and technical characteristics of analog video.

• Know the technologies for capturing/digitising, manipulating and distributing analog video.

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Integration of Archives and Analog Video in Multimedia Installations 

Monique Moumblow, 2022

Monique Moumblow (b. 1971 Hamilton, ON) received a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and an MFA from Concordia University. Initially, she was primarily interested in performance art and worked collaboratively with Anne Russell. Since 1993, Moumblow has focused on single-channel video and installation. Recurring themes in her work are the figure of the double, the separation between voice and written word as well as the construction of narrative. Her videos have screened at festivals and galleries in Canada and internationally including the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, the Musée d’art contemporain du Val-de-Marne, the Festival international du court-metrage de Clermont-Ferrand, Impakt (Utrecht), and the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen. Her videos are included in the collections of the National Gallery of Canada and the Netherlands Media Art Institute. She teaches in the IMCA department at Concordia University.

Tracy Valcárcel (she/her) is a Peruvian lens-based artist and cultural worker currently living in Tio’tia:ke / Montréal. Trained in video, dance and physical theatre, she moved to Canada in 2009 to pursue studies in Interdisciplinary Performance and Media Arts. In her practice, she uses moving images and archive to consider the body as a living cultural map, questioning to what extent our identities are shaped by memory, environment and habit. Central to her research are the broader themes of food and migration. Her work and collaborations have been shown locally as well as internationally at video and performance festivals. She is an active member of Fruition, a Montreal-based QTBIPOC collective and her video work is distributed by GIV.

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