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Exposition d'art : Priority Infield

Exposition d'art : Priority Infield
Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin, priority infield (way), 2013. One of five unique freestanding sculptural theaters, exhibiting Comma Boat (movie, HD video), 128 x 216 x 192 inches (325.1 x 548.6 x 487.7 cm). Courtesy of the artists and Regen Projects, Los Angeles / Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York. Photo: Fulvio Orsenigo

Priority Infield

Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch

Jeudi, 23 Juin, 2016 - Dimanche, 11 Septembre, 2016

Since meeting in 2000, Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin have established an expansive collaborative practice that includes video, sculpture, sound and installation. Their work plays with the immateriality of the interpersonal exchanges and relationships that characterize our age, as well as the daily self-performativity that fills the Web. They purposefully guide us toward a time when the connections between technologies and humanity have passed a milestone, but before the effects of this ontological change have been fully assessed. As Trecartin says: “I love the idea of technology and culture moving faster than the understanding of those mediums by people.”

location
Musée d'Art contemporain de Montréal (MAC)
185, RUE STE-CATHERINE OUEST
MONTRÉAL, QC H2X 3X5
Canada