Nuit blanche at VOX

View of the exhibition Mathieu Cardin. What the Frog’s Eye Tells the Frog’s Brain, VOX, from January 11 to March 7, 2020.

Photo: Michel Brunelle

Monique Moumblow, Charles, still, 2012, video, sound. Courtesy of the artist.

Nuit blanche at VOX
Saturday, February 29
from 6:00 p.m. to midnight

Free admission

For Nuit blanche à Montréal, VOX invites you to take advantage of extended visiting hours until midnight to plunge into the dream-like world of Montreal videomaker Monique Moumblow with our visual art facilitators. You will also have the opportunity to participate in a pseudoscientific experiment inside Mathieu Cardin’s exhibition (in the presence of the artist).

Exhibition

Mathieu Cardin. What the Frog's Eye Tells the Frog's Brain
2020.01.11 - 03.07

Museologists have traditionally defined the exhibition as a visibility apparatus enabling us to deduce knowledge about culture, nature, art, and so forth. In a new installation devised specifically for VOX, Mathieu Cardin imagines stagings that “exhibit” the visibility mechanisms we might normally find in a natural history museum…

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Exhibition

Monique Moumblow. Compositions | Pale Shadows
2019.11.01 - 2020.02.29

Monique Moumblow occupies a singular place in the history of Canadian video and contemporary art owing to the way she considers notions of identity, the private, and the personal. Stemming from exchanges extending over many years between the artist and guest curator Nicole Gingras, this exhibition features a selection of recent works, produced since 2012.

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