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Enregistrements des activités du réseau Hexagram. Chaque épisode présente un conférencier invité, une table ronde ou une discussion concernant la recherche-création en relation avec les axes de recherche du réseau Hexagram. Les activités du réseau sont initiées par des membres et ont pour objectif de faire connaitre la recherche-création et de partager le savoir développé dans les institutions partenaires au Québec et à travers le monde.
 
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Every exhibition implies a situational difference. It presupposes a transposition, an act of putting something outside of itself in accordance with the Latin “ex-ponere”. This act is to be understood in spatial as much as in temporal terms, moving the exhibited into a new, (still) unfamiliar context which itself is not only constituted by other exh…
 
Curator and director of the NTU CCA Singapore, Ute Meta Bauer investigates the profession of the curator in Southeast Asia, a region experiencing a time of increased global visibility as well as nation and institution building. In the Philippines and Singapore, a wide range of excellent museums and collections function like similar infrastructures …
 
The concept of artistic research has sparked a lot of controversy over the last two decades, and it still is a matter of some dispute. Although the term ‘research’ pertaining to art does not provoke anymore, it seems to be still unclear how this term should be understood in relation to science. If we, however, look at the epistemological impact of …
 
Theory Fiction Science Fake is a conference that investigates narrative construction and delivery methods from a wide range of cultural, political and social media forums. Of particular note is the recent blurring of narrative techniques as the modalities of fake news, science-fiction, expanded documentary and theory fiction converge at unexpected …
 
Dans le cadre de la série des « Conférenciers distingués », Hexagram a a l’honneur de présenter Valentine Verhaeghe, artiste pluridisciplinaire qui a développé une pratique de recherche et de création à la croisée des sciences humaines, de la philosophie et de l’esthétique. Membre du Pôle de recherche Le corps de l’artiste et enseignante à Institut…
 
DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER : CORNELIA SOLLFRANK In her lecture, German artist Cornelia Sollfrank will give an introduction to the concept of the commons, however, putting an emphasis on digital commons. In the center of her investigations is the question of what artists can contribute to digital commons. The lecture will introduce Sollfrank’s ongoing re…
 
TABLE RONDE: L'ART COMME COGNITION INCARNÉE Cet évènement-rencontre sur l’art, la culture et la cognition propose un espace de réflexion sur les phénomènes cognitifs en relations aux phénomènes artistiques. Du comportement créatif à la réception du travail artistique, que celui-ci soit de nature picturale ou sonore, de la peinture aux nouvelles tec…
 
Dans le cadre du colloque "L'art comme cognition incarnée". Alva Noë est écrivain et philosophe vivant à Berkeley et à New York. Il travaille sur la nature de l’esprit et de l’expérience humaine. Il est l’auteur de Action in Perception (MIT Press, 2004); Out of Our Heads (Farrar Straus et Giroux, 2009); Varieties of Presence (Harvard University Pre…
 
“Populating the future imaginary : using digital media to visualize the future of Indigenous communities” – Plenary lecture by Jason Edward Lewis, Concordia University research chair in computational media and the Indigenous Future Imaginary, and Trudeau FellowPar Hexagram Network
 
Since the early 1990s’ Arahmaiani has been developing a research-creation process in various contexts, questioning the physical uniqueness and commodification of the art work. Her performances invite the audience to rethink sensoriality and movement through the creation of collective art maneuvers. The different approaches proposed in Arahmaiani’s …
 
This event is organised in collaboration with DHC/ART and Hexagram and will offer the opportunity to discuss the practices of the various artists participating in the Affinities event series, a project curated in conjunction with the exhibition Joan Jonas : From Away on view at DHC/ ART from the 28th of April until the 18th of September. While dist…
 
Human history details our transition from groups of hunter-gatherers to communities centered on organized agriculture and the introduction and nurturing of unprecedented varieties plants and animals. Agriculture allowed early civilizations to foster art, religion and literature replete with myths and legends about special powers of transformation a…
 
What is the perfect meal? We can probably all think of at least one especially memorable dinner. For some, it might be something as simple as a picnic in a meadow or fish & chips by the seaside. For others, it will be that once in a lifetime trip to one of the world’s top Michelin-starred restaurants. Wherever it was, what made it so special wasn’t…
 
This roundtable explores the promises and hype of technological and traditional proteins production and consumption, going beyond the obvious food crisis issues, into analysis of our society and the larger case of the technologization of life and its processes. From optimized eating powder, insects, fermentation to in-vitro meat, this will be an ev…
 
Episode 4 - Tactical Questions that Matter. || Dooeun Choi (Parsons The New School for Design, New York), Jean Dubois (École des arts visuels et médiatiques, Hexagram-UQAM, Montréal), Patrick H. Harrop (University of Manitoba, Winnipeg), Erin Manning (Concordia University, Montreal), Brian Massumi (Université de Montréal), Katharina Meissner (Publi…
 
Episode 3 - Strategic Questions that Matter. || Dooeun Choi (Parsons The New School for Design, New York), Jean Dubois (École des arts visuels et médiatiques, Hexagram-UQAM, Montréal), Patrick H. Harrop (University of Manitoba, Winnipeg), Erin Manning (Concordia University, Montreal), Brian Massumi (Université de Montréal), Katharina Meissner (Publ…
 
Episode 2 - Questions We Ask Ourselves When We Are Working || Dooeun Choi (Parsons The New School for Design, New York), Jean Dubois (École des arts visuels et médiatiques, Hexagram-UQAM, Montréal), Patrick H. Harrop (University of Manitoba, Winnipeg), Erin Manning (Concordia University, Montreal), Brian Massumi (Université de Montréal), Katharina …
 
Episode 1 - From Where Do We Sense, Think, Speak and Do. || Dooeun Choi (Parsons The New School for Design, New York), Jean Dubois (École des arts visuels et médiatiques, Hexagram-UQAM, Montréal), Patrick H. Harrop (University of Manitoba, Winnipeg), Erin Manning (Concordia University, Montreal), Brian Massumi (Université de Montréal), Katharina Me…
 
Krzysztof Wodiczko’s conference will address themes from his recent projects, among them war, conflict, trauma, injustice and social displacement through the use of projections and other media based interventions. Wodiczko’s public projections give life to monuments and public buildings using images of expressive physical movement, paired with the …
 
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