OBORO: Ancillary Glow by Myriam Bleau

Thursday, June 17, noon to 7 pm
Friday, June 18, noon to 5 pm
Saturday, June 19, 2021, noon to 5 pm

In collaboration with the Caisse Desjardins du Plateau Mont-RoyalELEKTRA and the Betty Averbach Foundation

Myriam Bleau Myriam Bleau is a composer, digital artist and performer based in Montreal. Her work investigates performance, both as a codified cultural manifestation, and as an embodied (re)enactment of symbolic systems through human and non-human agencies. In residency at OBORO, with a grant from the Caisse Desjardins du Plateau Mont-Royal, since March, she opens the doors of her studio to the public to present Ancilliary Glow, for 3 dates, in June.

The series Ancillary Glow proposes a collection of hybrid still lifes: virtual and physical assemblages of abstract forms, technological artifacts and inorganic textures. Through 3D audiovisual miniatures and prints, it explores the concept of “vibrant matter”, the affordances of different materials, living and non-living, and their potential for shifting between states of becoming.

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