In collaboration with Occurence, works by the artist Milutin Gubash will be presented as part of an exhibition of Quebec photographs in Mexico!
Three cultural venues will host the exhibition Documentar, Contar, Mentir (Documenting, telling, lying). It will begin on January 18 and will continue until March 10 at the Museo de la Cancilleria in Mexico City, a modern and historic museum that gives more visibility to contemporary art. The Ex Convento del Carmen in Guadalajara will present it from May 16 to July 15, before the Centro Cultural Clavijero in Morelia, from August 1 to October 29.
Works in the exhibition, Soft Spoken Update, from John Boyle-Singfield, will include an online audio project called, Soft-Spoken Updates, a series of ASMR MP3s narrating essays related to philosophy, art and literature. ASMR or Autonomous sensory meridian response is a strange phenomenon happening on YouTube where thousands of people are making relaxation videos. This project uses this recording technique to narrate essays including a transformed John Cage 4’33” performance into a very banal relaxation-therapy sound.
Vicky Sabourin’s artistic universe revolves around natural history, artefacts and curio cabinets. The Family Gallery houses an immersive exhibition consisting of showcases and cabinets, and introduces children to a diorama that enables them to be an active part of it and to play inside the installation. The nocturnal ambiance gives children the impression that they are visiting a forest at night and are entering the artist’s world that is not unlike the realm of Grimms’ fairy tales. - See more at: https://www.mnbaq.org/en/exhibition/curiosities-1248#sthash.TNp1O7tH.dpuf