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Oct 25, 2014
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Insomnia (2012)

insomnia – Italian subtitles (2012) from Daniel H. Dugas on Vimeo.

Insomnie – English subtitles (2012) from Daniel H. Dugas on Vimeo.

A television show on the Big Bang theory adds to the anguish of not being able to sleep. What would happen to dreaming if time itself disappeared?

Une émission de télévision sur la théorie du Big Bang vient ajouter à l’angoisse de ne pas pouvoir dormir. Qu’arriverait-il au sommeil si le temps lui-même disparaissait ?

Traduzione di Antonella D’Agostino

2014 La Galerie d’art Louise et Reuben-Cohen, Université de Moncton, NB
2013 6ième edition La Parola immaginata, Treviglio, IT
2013 Ok.Quoi?! Contemporary Arts Festival, Struts Gallery, Sackville, NB
2013 PoetryFilm Equinox, PoetryFilm, Charlotte Street Hotel Cinema, London, UK

Sep 15, 2014
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Liberated Words Festival (2014)

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I am happy be in such good company as was shown at this year’s Liberated Words Festival!

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CONGRATULATIONS! To everyone who took part in Liberated Words festival and our competition finalists. The winners were:

Best Music/Sound – judges Rich Ferguson and Mark Wilkinson
1st Proem: to Brooklyn Bridge by Suzie Hanna and Tom Simmons
2nd In droplets by Lorenzo Scacchia
3rd If grief were briefly to disappear by Marc Neys, Stevie Ronnie and Nic Sebastian

‘We made our assessment based on the effectiveness and aesthetic quality of the piece as a whole. Some factors we considered were:
Was the spoken word moving intellectually or emotionally?
Did the visuals enhance or elucidate the meaning of poem?
Did the images evolve over time, thereby increasing the ideas communicated?

Were the images thoughtfully produced and carefully considered?
Did the sound design enhance or distract from the spoken word?
Regarding the winning piece: We found the visual treatment in Proem to be arresting and original; clear in its intentions and unified in its design as it evolved visually throughout the piece. A balanced and elegant pairing of spoken words and moving pictures.’
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Best Editing: Judges poet Helen Moore and filmmaker Howard Vause
1st On A Prophet, Kathleen Roberts and Dave Richardson
2nd Proem: to Brooklyn Bridge, Suzie Hanna and Tom Simmons
3rd Standard of Truth, Daniel H. Dugas

‘Helen and I agreed that the editing of On a Prophet had both simplicity and emotional complexity, was truly compelling and that all it’s elements formed a stunningly integrated whole. Proem is an animation tour de force – in a class of it’s own really – and we both loved Standard of Truth for it’s quirkiness and narrative restraint.’

 

http://liberatedwords.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Liberated-Words/157035061146693

Sep 12, 2014
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Gotta Minute Film Festival (2014)

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My video If Money (Daylight) has been included in the GMFF. This video, silent for the occasion, looks at the world through the transparent windows on banknotes.

September 15-21, 2014
Films in Transit
Silent one minute movies for one an all

Gotta Minute Launch Party
Septebmer 15 | 2:30 – 4:30pm
ETS LRT Churchill Station Pedway (near Winspear LRT entrance) in Edmonton’s Arts District.

Join us for popcorn, treats and all the fun as we launch Edmonton’s inaugural run of the Gotta Minute Film Festival.

Gotta Minute Screening Rooms
September 15 – 21 | During Library Operation Hours
Edmonton Public – Stanley Milner Library, 7 Winston Churchiill Square, Main Floor, Makerspace
Admission FREE

If you missed a show in transit or don’t take the train, you can watch the full 36 minute GOTTA MINUTE program at your leisure on the big screen in the Gotta Minute Screening Room.

There’s a program for Edmonton’s little ones as well! as well! GOTTA MINUTE Children’s Show Reel (10 minutes) will screen in the Milner Children’s program room whenever it is free.

Gotta Minute Awards Celebration
September 21 | 2 – 4pm
Milner Theatre (Basement) | Edmonton Public Stanley Milner Library, 7 Winston Churchill Square

Join us in applauding the Best of the Fest at the inaugural Gotta Minute Awards Celebration. Special Guests and Filmmakers will be in attendance. Come enjoy refreshments, a full screening of the 36 minute 2014 program and Award and Prize presentations.

Admission by invitation. Email gmff@fava.ca if you’d like to be put on the list!

Email Beth Wishart MacKenzie at gmff@fava.ca for more information.

gottaminutefilmfestival.com

Aug 14, 2014
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Standard de vérité (2014)

Standard de vérité / Standard of Truth has been included in this year’s Liberated Words Festival.
It will be screened on September 13th at the BRISTOL 2014 FESTIVAL.
http://liberatedwords.com

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Excerpt: Children do not have any archives, they are born free. They do not have to worry about all of those boxes of paper stating this or that truth, they do not have to pay storage fees, or check the levels of relative humidity in the vaults. The past has not yet arrived. They have nothing else than life ahead of them. The meaning that flows in their veins is not saturated with antibodies; they are made of oxygen. Maybe that is why they have big smiles.

 

Here are the people who will be having their films on the theme of ‘Memory’ screened in Liberated Words on 13th September as part of the Bristol Poetry Festival. It’s a great line up. Patrice Etienne, Hala Georges, David Richardson, Tamsin Taylor, Sheila Packa , Edward Kulemin, Chaucer Cameron, Susanne Wiegner, Keith Sargent, Robert Peake, John Scott, Marc NeysMatt MullinsDaniel Dugas, Suzie Hanna, Don Carey, Rhianna Edwards, Trama Afona, Kate Sweeney, Diana Taylor, Meriel Lland, Irina Nedelcu, Antonio Alvarado, Helen Dewbery. for ticket information please follow the link below.
http://www.poetrycan.co.uk/component/content/article/18-news-frontpage/628-brispofesta-2.html

May 7, 2014
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Mot Dit 7 (2014)

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Le Mot Dit 7 est né ! Valerie LeBlanc et moi avons des textes et des images tirés de notre projet d’installation vidéo Ce qu’on emporte avec nous. Page couverture : Rouge (Daniel Dugas). Valerie LeBlanc and I have some texts and images included in the Mot Dit 7. The work has been extracted from our video installation What We Take With Us. Cover image: Red (Daniel Dugas).

Mar 19, 2014
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Si l’argent est le symbole… (2014)

If money is the symbol of trust, poverty is the state of distrust

This series of two videos: Fire and Daylight, looks at the world through the transparent windows on banknotes. Transparency has become democracy’s latest value, a panacea for every malaise. But what is this openness all about? Is this a window that we look through, or is it a screen where we project our dreams? Is transparency the state preceding invisibility

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Si l’argent est le symbole de la confiance, la pauvreté est l’état de la méfiance, est une série de deux vidéos : Feu et Lumière du jour. La vidéo utilise les fenêtres dans les billets de banque comme des périscopes pour observer le monde.

La transparence est devenue une des caractéristiques fondamentales des sociétés modernes. Elle semble être la panacée à tous les malaises. Mais quelle est la nature de cette limpidité ? Est-ce que c’est une fenêtre qui nous permet de voir l’avenir, ou est-ce un écran où nous projetons nos rêves ? Est que cette transparence est l’état qui précède l’invisibilité ?

If Money is the Symbol – fire
https://vimeo.com/92978699

If money is the symbols – daylight
https://vimeo.com/92976486

Si l’argent est le symbole – feu
https://vimeo.com/95415327

Si l’argent est le symbole – lumière du jour
https://vimeo.com/95415326

Mar 11, 2014
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A Trip to the Zoo (2014)

Faded images from an View Master stereoscope are described as if untouched by time.

Les images surannées d’un View Master sont commentées comme si l’usure du temps ne les avait pas touchées.

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Jan 23, 2014
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50/50/50 (2014)

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Quatre de mes vidéos font partie de l’exposition 50/50/50. Les quatre vidéos (Évanescence, Glissement, Insomnie et Standard-de-vérité) font état d’un enregistrement, d’une conservation ou d’une restitution de la mémoire. Les images et les textes oscillent entre la présence et l’absence, entre le souvenir et l’oubli. Ce sont les mémoires précaires du dauphin du fleuve du Yangtze, du tigre de Tasmanie et du loup d’Hokkaido; les mémoires fragiles du processus de décoloration des diapositives Kodachrome, de la disparition des versions magnétiques et de l’obsolescence même des médias; les mémoires incertaines de l’inquiétude devant le temps qui ne cesse de serpenter dans l’immensité de l’espace ou encore les mémoires fardeaux des témoins.

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MONCTON, le 21 janvier 2014 – Du 29 janvier au 30 mars 2014, la Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen présentera 50//50//50, sans doute la plus importante exposition d’art acadien dans des conditions professionnelles. Cette manifestation se veut une célébration et une réflexion sur les 50 ans d’enseignement des arts visuels à l’Université de Moncton. En effet c’est en 1963 que Claude Roussel, à qui cette exposition est dédiée, dispensera les premiers cours académiques en la matière. Cette entreprise prendra une grande envergure avec la fondation en 1972 du Département des arts visuels dont sont issus les artistes qui font partie de la présente exposition.

Cette exposition d’une grande diversité s’étend sur plusieurs années, plusieurs médiums et plusieurs pratiques et se veut le reflet de l’effervescence d’un art d’ici en pleine mutation et qui a sans aucun doute, par sa présence et sa nouveauté marqué les 50 dernières années. Le commissaire Herménégilde Chiasson est d’avis que «les arts visuels constituent un témoignage unique et moderne du dynamisme de la culture qui lui sert de tremplin».

L’exposition sera mise en montre à partir du mercredi 29 janvier, mais le vernissage se tiendra le 19 février de 17 h à 19 h, date à laquelle sera aussi lancé le catalogue de l’exposition constitué d’une série de 50 cartes postales comportant la reproduction des 50 oeuvres, de l’information sur les artistes et l’essai du commissaire.

La Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen est située au 405 avenue de l’Université, dans l’édifice Clément-Cormier, sur le campus de l’Université de Moncton. Les visites sont gratuites et la galerie est ouverte de 13 h à 16 h 30 du mardi au vendredi et de 13 h à 16 h le samedi et le dimanche. Pour plus d’information, veuillez téléphoner au (506) 858-4088, écrire à galrc@umoncton.ca , ou encore, visitez le www.umoncton.ca/umcm-ga. Pour être tenu à jour des activités de la galerie, cliquez sur «J’aime» sur notre page Facebook.

Cette exposition est soutenue par le Programme de résidence d’artiste Casino Nouveau-Brunswick. La Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen de l’Université de Moncton est appuyée par le Ministère du Tourisme, du Patrimoine et de la Culture du Nouveau-Brunswick.

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Renseignements, images ou entrevues :

Herménégilde Chiasson, commissaire invité : barachoi@nb.sympatico.ca
Nisk Imbeault, directrice-conservatrice : (506) 858-4687 / nisk.imbeault@umoncton.ca
Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen : (506) 858-4088/ galrc@umoncton.ca

Moncton, January 21 2014 – From January 29 to March 30, the Louise-and-Reuben-Cohen Art Gallery will present an exhibition titled 50//50//50, arguably the most important exhibition of Acadian art in a professional context. The event is a celebration and a return on fifty years of visual art instruction at Université de Moncton. As of 1963, Claude Roussel, to whom this exhibition is dedicated, taught the first academic courses in this field. This endeavor eventually lead to the foundation of the Fine Arts department in 1972 where all of the artists presented in this exhibition have been instructed.

This varied exhibition will feature works from a wide range of eras, mediums and practices, and strives to reflect the effervescence of the ever-changing art in the region that has marked the last fifty years by its presence and innovation. The exhibition curator, Herménégilde Chiasson, states that ̎the visual arts are the reflection of the culture and the dynamism from which it emanates. ̎

50//50//50 will be presented as of January 29, but the opening and catalogue launch will be held on February 19, from 5 to 7 PM. The publication that will accompany the exhibition will feature fifty postcard-sized reproductions of the work, as well as information on the artists and the curator’s essay.

The Louise-and-Reuben-Cohen Art Gallery is located at 405 Université Avenue, in the Clément-Cormier building, on the Université de Moncton Campus. Admission is free and the Gallery is open from 1 pm to 4:30 pm, from Tuesday to Friday, and from 1 pm to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, please call (506) 858-4088, write to galrc@umoncton.ca, or go to www.umoncton.ca/umcm-ga. To receive activity updates from the Gallery, “like” us on our Facebook page.

This exhibition is supported by the Casino New Brunswick Artist-in-Residence Program. The Louise-and-Reuben-Cohen Art Gallery receives funding from the Department of Tourism, Heritage, and Culture of New Brunswick.

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Information, images or interviews:
Herménégilde Chiasson, Guest Curator: barachoi@nb.sympatico.ca
Nisk Imbeault, Director-curator: (506) 858-4687 / nisk.imbeault@umoncton.ca
Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen: (506) 858-4088/ galrc@umoncton.ca

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Jan 18, 2014
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Under New Management – Saint John (2014)

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Third Space Gallery presents Under New Management: Straight to Video a curatorial project by Suzanne Carte and Su Ying Lee.

Under New Management : Straight to Video

Curated by Suzanne Carte and Su-Ying Lee

January 18, 2014 – February 28, 2014

Reception & Talk with Curators: February 15th, 4:30 to 6:30

Third Space Gallery – 49 Canterbury Street

Frankly, we’re not your typical video store. Far from it! In fact, Under New Management is a virtual entertainment funhouse allowing you to pay-what-you-wish. We have many rare titles and a unique rental policy!

Under New Management: Video Store exhibition takes the form of a video rental store that carries artists’ videos. The project employs the characteristics of the retail environment to connect to the local community while, challenging the gallery’s role as an intermediary that delimits the viewer’s direct access to art. Video titles in stock are artists’ works procured through an open call for submissions. “Customers” are asked to pay what they wish, which can be interpreted as cash, a non-monetary exchange, critique, or no remuneration. This facet is in place as an experimental form of engagement, where artists have the opportunity to receive responses directly from viewers. In turn, the viewer has an uncommon channel to the artist. In addition to payment, rental and return are also on an honour-system basis to remove barriers that exist due to membership requirements, deposits, and return policies at commercial ventures.

Boundaries are blurred and expectations subverted through a presentation model that proposes a hybrid between the gallery context and the broader public sphere. Currently, we are on the cusp of the dematerialization of the video rental business. Large corporate chains and family run businesses share in the same fate. The most unfortunate loss is that of the local independent operation that carried rare titles, cult favorites, documentaries, experimental films, and hard to find foreign titles. Under New Management: Video Store provides audiences with the opportunity to view content that is not produced strictly by Hollywood with blockbuster aspirations.

All good things must come to an end. Unfortunately the trend of vanishing family-owned establishments is not just affecting the mom & pop shops that conveniently distribute videos and stale popcorn, but even the bigger institutions fall. Honest Ed’s is on the chopping block to be sold to the highest real estate bidder. In wake of this current news, Lena Suksi’s bright hand-painted video store signage too will soon become a nostalgic part of our recent past.

Our dvd collection boasts over 200 titles including a cross-section of documentaries, experimental, drama, science fiction, comedy, and horror. We also have a growing collection of VHS tapes! Don’t miss out. Rent today!

You will find works by Alleyway A.G., Jose Angeles, Alleyway A.G. (Dr. Oliver Love), Artlitwell, Bambitchell, Perry Bard, Aleks Bartosik, Steve Basham, Sarah Beck, Ashley Bedet, Simon Belleau, Stephane Boutet, Theodore Boutet, Pierre Chaumont, Millie Chen, Emelie Chhangur, Michèle Pearson Clarke, collectif_fact, Eva Colmers, Claro Cosco, Department of Biological Flow, Sarah DiPaola, Robert Dayton, Zoran Dragelj, Daniel Dugas, Megan Dyck, Caz Egelie, Clint Enns, Sky Fairchild-Waller, Fake Injury Party, Simon Frank, Lisa Folkerson, Magill Foote, Barbara Fornssler, Sarah Fortais, Kandis Freisen, Stephen Paul Fulton, Daniel Gallay, Paul Gordon, Shlomi Greenspan, Keeley Haftner, Martin Hamblen, Ursula Handleigh, Sienna Hanshaw, Mike Hansen, Paul Harrison, Mathew Hayes, Stefan Herda, Karen Hibbard, Candice Irwin, Shawn Olin Jordan, Felix Kalmenson, A.S.M Kobayashi, Eva Kolcze, Apostoly Peter Kouroumalis, Lamathailde, Toni Latour, Anastasia Lognova, Christopher Lacroix, Valerie LeBlanc, Renee Lear, Julie Lequin, Melanie Lowe, Duncan MacDonald, Logan MacDonald, Adrienne Marcus Raja, Mani Mazinani, Penny McCann, Arlin McFarlane, Francis Adair KcKenzie, Kristine Mifsud, Gordon Monahan, Caroline Monnet, Didier Morelli, Lydia Moyer, John Monteith, Grey Muldoon, Midi Onodera, Juan Ortiz-Apuy, Ryan Park, Jason Penney, Sarah Pupo, Jai Arun Ravine, Richard Reeves, Iqrar Rizvi, Nicki Rolls, Kuk Del Rosario, Jade Rude, Lyla Rye, Matthieu Sabourin, Nathan Saliwonchyk, Juli Saragoas, Liana Schmidt, Melinda Seville, Olivia Simpson, Tom Smith, Barbara Sternberg, Leslie Supnet, Maya Suess, Laura Taler, Aislinn Thomas, Peter Von Tiesenhausen, Carolyn Tripp, Carmen Victor, vsvsvs, Ellen Wetmore, Elinor Whidden, Paul Wiersbinski, James Brendan Williams, Oauk Wiersbinski, Damien Worth, Robert Zverina… and many more!

Under New Management is comprised of the curatorial team Suzanne Carte and Su-Ying Lee, a collective of cultural producers working in contemporary art. Operating as a mutable entity, UNM re-invents roles and shifts boundaries to inspire production and engagement. Collaboration with new and experimental strategies is at the forefront of their practice.

Suzanne Carte is an independent curator and critical art writer. Currently, she works as the Assistant Curator at the Art Gallery of York University (AGYU) focusing on an integrative model to utilize public programming as a pedagogical tool within the academic institution. Previously she held positions as outreach programmer for the Blackwood Gallery and the Art Gallery of Mississauga and as professional development and public program coordinator at the Ontario Association of Art Galleries. She is on the Board of Directors of C Magazine, an international art quarterly devoted to promoting critical discussion about contemporary art. Within Suzanne’s independent practice, she has curated exhibitions in public spaces, artist-run centres, commercial and public art galleries including All Systems Go!, Under New Management, MOTEL and Man’s Ruin. Suzanne recently completed her Masters of Contemporary Art at the Sotheby’s Art Institute in New York City.

Su-Ying Lee recently completed a one-year curatorial residency at the Justina M.Barnicke Gallery, funded by the Canada Council for the Arts. Lee has both institutional experience and a number of independent projects to her credit. She has curated exhibitions that include the work of Kent Monkman and Lawrence Weiner and commissioned the work of Harrell Fletcher and Wendy Red Star. Her curatorial practice has been steadily evolving into the expanded field. Lee is interested in the role of curator as co-conspirator, accomplice and active agent. She seeks new ways to mobilize art, audiences and context.

Daniel H. Dugas

Artiste numérique, poète et musicien, Daniel Dugas a participé à des expositions individuelles et de groupe ainsi qu’à plusieurs festivals et événements de poésie en Amérique du Nord, en Europe, au Mexique et en Australie. Son neuvième recueil de poésie L’esprit du temps / The Spirit of the Time vient de paraître aux Éditions Prise de parole.

Daniel Dugas is a poet, musician and videographer. He has participated in solo and group exhibitions as well as festivals and literary events in North America, Europe, Mexico and Australia. His ninth book of poetry: L’esprit du temps / The Spirit of the Time has just been published by Les Éditions Prise de parole.

Daniel Dugas es poeta, músico y videocreador. Ha participado en exposiciones individuales y colectivas, festivals y eventos literarios en Norteamérica, Europa, México y Australia. Acaba de publicar su noveno poemario, L’esprit du temps / The spirit of time (Les Editions Prise de parole).

L’esprit du temps / The Spirit of the Time est un projet de transmutation du paysage publicitaire en paysage poétique. Ce livre est à la fois un livre de photographie, un recueil de poésie et un essai lucide mais ludique sur notre société matérialiste. Il a été produit en numérique et imprimé en quantité limitée.

Date : Décembre 2015
Genre : Poésie
Collection : Poésie
ISBN : 9782894239629

Éditions Prise de parole

http://www.prisedeparole.ca/auteurs/?id=148

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