The Darling Foundry is eager to affirm the role of art in dynamism and harmony with the neighbourhood. We propose an artistic and warm evening entirely devoted to neighbours working or living in the area to encourage meetings and exchanges on the Place Publique, a place of open air expression unique in the district.
- 6:30 pm - Fourth activation of Générateur Spectaculaire, the public performative artwork presented throughout the summer at the Place Publique, by the artist duo Catherine Landry and Gabriel Lapierre
- Until 10 pm - Free admission to the exhibitions of Marco Godinho, Un feu permanent à l'intérieur de nous, and Joshua Schwebel, A dream in which I am you
- Free drinks on the terrace-bar (upon presentation of a business card or proof of residence)
- Tacos and nachos offered by Café Cantina
Nicolas Dion Buteau - Maude Veilleux
Between sound art and poetry, Nicolas Dion Buteau and Maude Veilleux decide to perform together on the Place Publique.
Sound artist and musician (sound installations, performances, recordings and electronic music), Nicolas Dion is involved in several collaborations including the sound art project with Anne-Françoise Jacques (formerly named Minibloc), the electronic music trio Citofono (formerly named Intercom) and various collectives. In addition, he generates several sound works under his own name (formerly named Darcin).
Maude Veilleux was born in Beauce. She completed her Bachelor's degree in Literary Studies at Laval University and is currently pursuing a Master's degree at the Université de Montréal. She has published two collections of poetry, Les choses de l’amour à marde
and Last call les murènes
, as well as two novels, Le vertige des insectes
. She has just released her fifth book, a novelweb, called frankie et alex – black lake – super now.
She also published a dozen fanzines between 2010 and 2014. Her work in performance has been presented in several artist centers and festivals such as the Lieu, the Darling Foundry, the OFFTA and the RIAP. More generally, Maude Veilleux is interested in questions of self-representation.
Véronique Pascal - Rachel McCrum
Rachel McCrum and Véronique Pascal are writers and performers. One is an anglophone from Northern Ireland, the other one is a francophone from Longueuil. During this evening, they will collaborate for the first time before the public in their original languages and see if it is possible to create poetry together without fully understanding each other.
Véronique Pascal hails from the Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Montreal. She has held the roles of an actress, author, singer, animator, puppeteer and creator of several projects that led her to tour Quebec. In the cinema, she appeared in Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette's Le Ring, and in Marquise Lepage's feature film Ce qu’il ne faut pas dire. Her company Théâtre Sur la Coche received 5 Coups de Pouce at the festival Vue sur la Relève 2012. She has been part of the feminine comedic collective Les Femmelettes since 2013, and recently, is a cultural columnist for the 103,3 CHAA FM .
Emmanuelle Duret - Manoushka Larouche
Since E. is no longer interested in staging her own performance, she seeks an alternative. In this case, since E. wanted to perform without being visible, M. had to act as E. ... Now the two are left to wonder, how do they make sense of spatial, temporal and relational framework by producing data dealing with their own production?