© M. Raggi, 2014

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© M. Raggi, 2014

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May 22, 24 and 25, 9 p.m.



As part of the Montréal ~ Habana : Rencontres en art actuel/Encuentros de arte Contemporáneo, perte de signal and OBORO present the work of Milton Raggi from Havana, and Montreal-based artists Danny Perreault and Payam Mofidi. Three events of illusionist and architectural projections (videomapping) will be held in the public space on May 22, 24 and 25, 2019. map_mov is a mobile and flexible audiovisual projection kit used to support the presentation of videomapping projects.

Event 1: May 22, 9 p.m.: Projections on the facade of 4001 Berri
Event 2: May 24, 9 p.m.: Projections in front of Pôle de Gaspé, 5455, de Gaspé
Event 3: May 25, 9 p.m. (cancelled): Projections at Parc du Portugal (accross the street of La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse)

Supported by the Programme de soutien aux actions culturelles de l'arrondissement Plateau-Mont-Royal.

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Milton Raggi Vinueza

Coming from a graphic background, Milton Raggi Vinueza experiments with emerging media, both through videomapping, individually and with the AXIS group, and with the creation of multimedia, interactive and multisensory environments. In parallel he works within the scope of sound art. His creations, largely related to abstraction, are the result of investigations stemming from filial, anthropological and media-related reflections. Milton Raggi lives and works in Havana.

Danny Perreault

Danny Perreault is an artist, cultural worker and teacher in digital art. Much of his artistic research focuses on videomapping issues. He has produced audiovisual works, volumetric video installations and participates in co-creation laboratories with other artists. He is interested in the aesthetic and social impacts of the digital arts, and collaboration is also an important part of his approach. 

Payam Mofidi

Payam Mofidi is a multidisciplinary artist born in 1980 in Tehran, Iran, and based in Montreal. A unique lyrical aesthetic language and an epistemological expression are central to his process of creating and narrating his works. Mofidi’s practice deals with paradoxical notions: power and decline, agony and comfort, innocence and impurity.  He often portrays his characters in situations where they seem to trapped in loops, which metaphorically evokes the actuality of humanity and the global social order and control.