Posts Tagged ‘Montreal’


April 16, 2016

CRUM’s Overlord of Entropy, founding member Hugues Charbonneau and its Master of Maintenance launch a new project!

#tinyartlab is a hashtag, an open platform for artists.

There is no need to apologize for the what and the where, #tinyartlab sees itself in relation to the other. It simply is.

#tinyartlab is a hashtag at the disposal of artists who want to share new projects. It is a way to find oneself in the white noise of the making and exhibiting art. Its friendly network flourishes within existing social media platforms. It is suited to aesthetic experiments in form and concept. Nobody owns it.  There are no geographical limits. No need to fundraise. No need to ask permissions. It is an ever-growing virtual collective exhibition.

Post your art project (video, gif, photo, text, sound, etc.) then simply hashtag it with #tinyartlab to broadcast to a network of contemporary artists and people who care.

#tinyartlab manifesto

#tinyartlab manifesto

119m meters above sea level

December 9, 2014

On December 06, 2014, the exhibition 119 meters above sea level opened at the SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art in Montreal. The project aims to reconstruct the lost archives of 45°30′ N-73°36’ W, an exhibition first presented at the Saidye Bronfman Center for the Arts and the Sir George Williams University Art Galleries (1971) that CRUM identifies as the progenitor of conceptual art exhibition practices in Montreal.

Exhibition continues from December 06, 2014 – February 14, 2015 with:
Product demonstration and conversation (in french) with
Stéphane Bélainsky, Electromagnetic Environmental Expertise, Inc:
Saturday, January 24, 2015, 2pm
Film preview (in French, with English subtitles) of
Le Semeur (Julie Perron, Les Films de l’Autre, 2014), a portrait of Patrice Fortier and his Société des plantes, on:
Saturday, February 14, 2015, 2pm

exhibition panoramic
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