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Discussion à plein volume

Information

Language

French

Audience

Adults

Type of activity

Event

Mode

In Person

Free

 
Until February 4, 2023

In the Basquiat Exploration Zone, the team from Exeko invites you to take part in a discussion focused on the exhibition Seeing Loud: Basquiat and Music. Aiming for a free and equal sharing of ideas and experiences, these discussions will provide an opportunity for considering the various cultural issues addressed in the exhibition, such as the quest for success, need for recognition and importance of celebrating our heroes.

Discussion leaders
Anne Florentiny and Ducakis Desinat

 

Program

November 19 and December 17, 2022 and January 7 and 21, and February 4, 2023
From 2 to 3 p.m.

The Basquiat Exploration Zone is presented with the support of RBC.

About Exeko
Exeko puts intellectual and artistic creativity to work to drive an inclusive and emancipatory social transformation. It is an approach that, first and foremost, acknowledges everyone’s capacity to think, analyze, act, create and be a stakeholder in society: it presumes the equality of all intellects.

About the discussion leaders
Anne Florentiny is a Martinican artist who holds a degree in visual arts and dance. In their work they examine sensuality, sexuality and eroticism, as well as how the latter engage with spirituality and the sacred. Through practices of performance, photography and video, they establish rituals and attempt to reclaim the area of the sacred in the imaginative space of the body. How can our bodies be used as tools of resistance to oppressive constructs? Such is the quest they pursue through a decolonizing approach, notably through the incorporation into their practice of self-care and healing mechanisms.

Ducakis Desinat, a Montrealer of Haitian origin, has worked as a mediator and research coordinator at Exeko since 2019. Trained in philosophy at the University of Ottawa, he is pursuing a doctorate in sociology. His areas of interest include cultural sociology, the relationship between art and society, and the phenomenon of diaspora.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Location: This activity will take place in the Basquiat Exploration Zone on the 3rd floor of the Jean-Noël Desmarais Pavilion.

Reservation terms: No reservation required. Free with Museum admission.

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