Alison Loader and WhiteFeather featured in L’art est vivant! at Maison des arts de Laval

Exposition à la salle Alfred-Pellan
Ouvert tous les jours (sauf le lundi), de 13 h à 17 h et les soirs de spectacle.

Commissaire: Anne-Marie Belley
Vernissage: le dimanche 27 novembre, à 14 h
Visite commentée: le dimanche 22 janvier, à 14 h

Atelier d’Alfred parent-enfant: les samedis 10 décembre et 4 février, à 13 h ($)
Ateliers d’Alfred des Grandes Sorties jeune public: offerts avec les spectacles présentés les 4, 11, 18, 28, 29 et 30 décembre et 29 janvier (réservation sur place, nombre limité)

As an ecosystem in a circular space-time, the exhibition will bring together artists’ and scientists’ devices for interacting with the bodies of mineral, vegetable and animal. This exhibition will trace a century of Quebec’s cultural history under the theme of “living art” to describe the first claims of modernity till now.

Between technical know-how and technology, these artistic and historical circuits will allow visitors to see that beyond the representations of living forms, it is the materials themselves which draw an invisible line between art and science, nature and culture, tradition and modernity, history and life.

Le vivant sous la loupe des arts et des sciences.
Artistes et scientifiques confirmés: Kelly Andres, Daniel Corbeil, Dr Armand Frappier, Pierre-Yves Girard, Claire Kenway, Laurent Lamarche, Christopher Plenzich, Amélie Proulx, Alison Reiko Loader, Alfred Pellan, Annie Thibault, Jacques de Tonnancour et WhiteFeather

Photo credit: Alison Reiko Loader and Christopher Plenzich. En Masse. 2015. © Guy L’Heureux

More on the Maison des arts de Laval website here.

Download a PDF brochure of the cultural events (including the exhibition).

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