Roundtable Laser Hexagram / Montréal
Wednesday September 14th, 2016 7pm – 8:30pm
Dance is an art of time. Dance therefore points to particular issues regarding conservation, transmission and re-enactment. The roundtable will focus on the notion of re-enactment in dance and its modes of effectuation, while questioning the status of documentary traces and their pertinence. The discussion will build on the visionary performance Danse dans la neige by Sullivan that was filmed by Riopelle in 1948, of which only the photographs of Maurice Perron remain, as well the video Les Saisons Sullivan (2007), produced fifty-nine years later by Mario Côté and Françoise Sullivan.
With participation of :
guest of honor
historian and theoretician of contemporary art, and professor, École des arts visuels et médiatiques, UQAM
artist and professor, École des arts visuels et médiatiques, UQAM and Hexagram member
professor, Department of Computer Science, UQAM, research associate of ARC_DANSE and Hexagram member
artist and choreographer, professor at the Dance Department, UQAM and Hexagram member
Musée d’art contemporain
185, rue Sainte Catherine Ouest
THE LASER HEXAGRAM / MONTREAL ROUNDTABLES
Coorganized by Nina Czegledy and Gisèle Trudel
The Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) are a series of lectures and presentations on art,science and technology, in connection with Leonardo / The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo / ISAST). In 2014 the Hexagram Network was added to the list of prestigious hosts. LASER Hexagram / Montreal offers Hexagram members and guest practitioners of arts and sciences the opportunity to publicly discuss their research. This edition is presented in collaboration with Le Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. We thank Lesley Johnstone, François LeTourneux, Julie Bélisle and their teams for their support.
photo & video Documentation