Past Projects

March 15, 2017
TALKING ABOUT NOTHING WITH... Carly Gaylor and Curtis Murphy CARLY GAYLOR AND CURTIS MURPHY. As part of the yearlong project, The Sanctimonious Sect of Nothing Is Sacred, Victoria Stanton is inviting artists, researchers, thinkers, and practitioners of various disciplines – both within and outside of the arts – to present their reflections in an informal series of discussions around the question of Doing Nothing.
March 14, 2017
Claire Moeder
March 11, 2017
February 24, 2017
Watching the Montreal Skyline Disappear As a resident of the Southwest in Montreal, I often take the bike path along the Lachine Canal to get to several points across the city both east and north. In the short six years I’ve been living down here, with each new condo development going up, the cityscape – a once prominent and attractive feature of this path – has been basically vanishing.
February 8, 2017
Céline Huyghebaert
January 22, 2017
January 1, 2017
ROBERTO SANTAGUIDA The project will use correspondences that the filmmaker received from friends, over the years, living in Verdun to create an alternative map of the borough that puts an emphasis on the awareness of the essence of everyday places.
December 15, 2016
VOX POP ::: J'TE PASSE UN SAPIN VOX-POP “ J’te passe un sapin ”, in front of DARE-DARE mobile shelter. Thursday December 15 and Friday December 16, from 12 to 3pm. For latecomers, calls will be accepted until 4pm.
December 10, 2016
ROUND TABLE Sylvaine Chassay, Maggy Flynn, Victoria Stanton, Roberto Santaguida and the trio formed of Ilia Krouglikov, Sarah Dell'Ava and Wolfram Sander are the artists of this ongoing programming. To discuss their respective project, we invited the philosopher Erik Bordeleau who will act as moderator and theorist of the issues encountered during the last year.
December 4, 2016
TALKING ABOUT NOTHING WITH... Le Collectif Vierge Le Collectif Vierge. In a society where value is given to tangible productivity and efficaciousness, we are questioning our relationship to non-action and to nothingness. Is it actually okay to do nothing?