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Event dedicated to contemporary performance

Unclaimed tickets will be made available 15 minutes before the beginning of the first performance. Please ask at the admission desk.

EMERGE is an event dedicated to contemporary performance that brings together ten of the most important Canadian and European artists in the discipline.

Among the most important gatherings of performance art ever mounted at the MAC, the event will offer a stimulating encounter between performing arts and visual arts highlighting the pluridisciplinary nature of the most tantalizing current practices.

Organized by Chantal Pontbriand and echoing the performance program, workshops, lectures, and exchanges will take place on weekday evenings. On Saturday, November 23, a two-part forum will bring together the public, artists, curators, art critics, and theorists from here and abroad. The forum will offer an opportunity to share thoughts on latest events and issues pertaining to performance art.

Artists: Daina Ashbee (Canada), Uriel Barthélémi & Entissar Al Hamdany (France), Marie-Caroline Hominal (Switzerland), Dana Michel (Canada), Didier Morelli (Canada), Bridget Moser (Canada), Marthe Ramm Fortun (Norway), Maria Salgado (Spain), PPKK (Sarah Ancelle Schoenfeld and Louis-Philippe Scoufaras) (Germany), Marinella Senatore (Italy)

Curators: Mehdi Brit and Mark Lanctôt
Coordinator: Anne-Léonie Auer and Marjolaine Labelle

EMERGE is a co-production of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, the Goethe-Institut Montréal, and the Consulat Général de France à Québec as members of the Montréal cluster of the European Union member countries’ cultural institutions, EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture) with the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Montreal and the Spanish Embassy in Ottawa. The project has received generous support from the Fonds franco-allemand, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Consulate General of Switzerland, and the Norwegian Embassy.

Schedule 

Tuesday November 19
6:00 pm: Marthe Ramm Fortun (Norway)
7:00 pm: Didier Morelli (Québec, Canada)
7:30 pm: Workshop
Chantal Pontbriand. Prelude 1: “Hi, Huh, Hyper-media-ocrity, You don’t need to, Emerge from nothing, You don’t need to, Tear away.”
Christian Jankowski. Performance: I am counting on you, my dear!
David Zerbib. Événement performantiel et condition performative.
La performance immergée dans le régime de la performativité 

Wednesday November 20
6:00 pm : Marie Caroline Hominal (Switzerland)
7:00 pm: Bridget Moser (Ontario, Canada)
7:30 pm:  Workshop
Chantal Pontbriand. Prelude 2: “You don’t need to, Emerge from nothing, You don’t need to, Tear away, Look alive!”
Alice Ming Wai Jim. Tiohtiá:ke/Montréal: Asian Indigenous Relations in Contemporary Art 
Ronald Rose-Antoinette. Vivacité et performance

Thursday November 21
7:00 pm: Daina Ashbee (Québec, Canada)
7:30 pm: Workshop
Chantal Pontbriand. Prelude 3: “You don’t need to, Emerge from nothing, You don’t need to, Tear away.”
Anne Bénichou. Incorporer, excorporer les images d’un conflit

Friday November 22
6:00 pm: Uriel Barthélémi and Entissar Al Hamdany (France)
7:00 pm: Dana Michel (Québec, Canada)
7:30 pm: Workshop 
Chantal Pontbriand. Prelude 4: “Feels good, Looks good, Sounds good, Feels good too (Uh-huh that’s right).”
Julie Perrin. Vers une approche chorégraphique des situations
Alexandre St-Onge. Être ce n’est pas nécessairement être perçu

Saturday November 23

At Goethe-Institut Montréal:
10:00 am: Forum 1 – First Act: Tear Away 

At the MAC:
2:00 pm: Marìa Salgado (Spain) –
2:45 pm: PPKK – Sarah Ancelle Schoenfeld and Louis-Philippe Scoufaras (Germany)
3:30 pm: Marinella Senatore (Italy)
4:30 pm: Forum 2 – Second Act: Look Alive

 

 

Additional information

Fee(s)
Tickets available online and at the MAC
Please note

It is the responsibility of holders of free tickets to be present 15 minutes before the performances begin. Otherwise, their reserved seat will be offered to the public in attendance.