© Paul Litherland, 2009

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© Paul Litherland, 2009

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August 21 – September 4, 2013

Following her residence, Nicole Gingras will write an essay for the magazine esse arts + opinion.

The article is now available on Esse's website

As part of the program Writing Audio Art offered by esse arts + opinions and OBORO


Based on her experience as both curator and spectator, Nicole Gingras considers the ways in which some artists occupy and modify the exhibition space. Among the works discussed, Gingras reflects on some work by Berlin artist Rolf Julius, referring in particular to the exhibition she curated Rolf Julius – Distance and presented at OBORO in September 2009.

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Nicole Gingras

Nicole Gingras is an independent curator, researcher and author. The exhibitions, programming, texts, publications as well as the workshops she creates deal with time, the process of creation, traces, listening and memory. Her work and research have been presented in Quebec and internationally. She has collaborated with the Festival International du Film sur l’Art (FIFA) since 2003 where she has directed the FIFA Expérimental section. Nicole Gingras has been a lecturer in Concordia University’s Masters program since 2005. She lives in Montreal.