Flamant & Machère Collectif
Mar 20, 2018Doors: 6 p.m.
Performance: 7 p.m.
TD Cultural Tuesdays invite you at the premiere of Flamant's short film Queen of the Hill (2018), in collaboration with MACHÈRE Collectif. Combining dance, design and video, the project echoes femininity and the duality between hierarchy and solidarity.
AN EVENING IN THREE TIMES
// Retrospective video installation of the majority of Flamant's works created since 2016
// Screening of the premiere of the short film Queen of the Hill (2018)
// Performance of MACHÈRE Collective inspired by the potential of movement which emanates within Arsenal Contemporary Art
ABOUT - FLAMANT AND MACHÈRE COLLECTIVE
Founded in 2016, Flamant specializes in the production of original works exploring the movement. A duo of filmmaking and contemporary dance, which puts forward collaboration and audacity.
Knowing that MACHÈRE Collectif's artistic approach is to find a common sense for the energy that a space evokes for them, the artists will take advantage of this evening to present a research on the potentiality of movements that emanates within Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal .
Flamant: Vickie Grondin, Carl Beauchemin, Maude Lecours
MACHÈRE Collective: Maggie Sauvé, Jessica Gauthier, Julie Coulombe
Performers: Vicky Gélineau, Alice Grondin Segal, Marine Moka Morales-Casaroli, Nindy Banks
Music (performance): Olivier Landry-Gagnon
Music (film): Jocelyn Pelichet
Flamant thanks all of its former collaborators who are shaping its new installation, Retrospective.
MACHÈRE Collective benefited from the Dance Artists Assistance Program of the Département de danse de l'UQAM.
Flamant and MACHÈRE Collective thank Mont Réel for the access to the shot locations of the movie Queen of the Hill.
ABOUT - TD CULTURAL TUESDAYS
The purpose of the TD Cultural Tuesdays is to bring contemporary visual art into dialogue with other artistic practices. From 6 to 9, these gatherings take the form of events allowing the convergence of different audiences in a friendly atmosphere.
Photo credit: Romain Guilbault
Free for Arsenal Contemporary Art members