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By: Crum  09-12-2011

What possibilities for artistic action exist within the public sphere?

The CRUM welcomes independent curator Alissa Firth-Eagland to Montreal. As part of her stay, she will give a talk at Skol to present her practice and experiences as a nomadic cultural worker, and her interest in printed matter as public sphere. A fictive text, produced as part of a collaborative project organized by École du Magasin (Grenoble, FR) puts forward The Bruce High Quality Foundation (New York) and Claire Fontaine (Paris) as protagonists and acts as an entry point to an open group discussion.

Presentation and discussion
Thursday, July 8th, 2010 – from 5 to 7pm


372 Sainte-Catherine Street West
suite 314
Montreal, Quebec
H3B 1A2
514.398.9322


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