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Nov 16, 2011
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Corps flottants – pas de deux (2011)

Une contamination / pollinisation entre les vidéos Corps Flottants et Gull.

Nov 13, 2011
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Gull (2011)

An unsuspecting seagull finds himself caught in the middle of the the ‘angry man’ scene from the movie Paris Texas.

The bridge scene was tweaked with Max/MSP JITTER to move forward and back.

Music: Daniel Dugas

 

Aug 2, 2011
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Spider VS Fly (2011)

Alors que je ramassais des pois dans le jardin, j’ai entendu un étrange bruissement. On aurait dit une abeille qui battait des ailes. J’ai regardé dans les lupins en écartant les tiges mortes des plantes. Là, sous les feuilles j’ai découvert une mouche recroquevillée, engluée dans la toile d’une araignée. Il y avait tout autour d’autres malheureux immobiles, prisonniers. L’acarien translucide, comme un picador en furie, enfonçait ses piques empoisonnés dans le corps affaibli de la victime. Devant moi, dans ce jardin à l’apparence tranquille, avait lieu une effroyable mise à mort.

Jul 27, 2011
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Tablets – Tablettes (2011)

Journée de tournage avec Jean-Denis Boudreau, Katie Hunter et Charlie Hunter sur les rives de la baie de Shepody. Le vidéo se veut un clin d’oeil aux propriétés magiques de la technologie. Voici quelques images des acteurs ! Les costumes sont de Valerie LeBlanc – in progress


Jul 20, 2011
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Booklet for What We Take With Us (2011)

Valerie LeBlanc and I are working on a documentation booklet for What We Take With Us. The video installation will be shown at The New Gallery in Calgary in January 5 – February 4th 2012!  Here is a screenshot.

 

Jul 12, 2011
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OIL – Beneath the Surface (2011)

OIL is a program of short videos exploring issues and relationships we have with oil, both politically and poetically. I am very happy and extremely proud of the program, the works are excellent and thought provoking. This project would not have happened without the generosity of all the artists involved, and all of the work by Vicki Chau and EMMEDIA. I would like to thank everyone for his/her willingness to be part in this!

The screening is tonight TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2011 @ 7PM at EMMEDIA:
#203, 351 – 11 Ave. SW Calgary, Alberta T2R 0C7

Link to download Program Brochure with Daniel Duga’s Curatorial Statement and Artist Biographies

 

Videos in the program in screening order:

“Oil (Excerpt)” by Peter Aerschmann (Bern, Switzerland)
“OIL’D” by Chris Harmon (Brooklyn, NY)
“BASIN” by David Geiss (Victoria, BC)
“SCAPE” by Kyle Armstrong & Leslea Kroll (Edmonton, AB)
“A Flood and then some Desert” by Kent Tate (Shaunavon, SK)
“Paper Moon, Cardboard Sea” by Valerie LeBlanc (Moncton, NB)
“Tar Sand Pudding” by Xstine Cook (Calgary, AB)
“Lux Aeterna” by Jacopo Jenna (Firenze, Italy)
“Palabras Negras (black words)” by Anthony Gasca (Montreal, QC)
“OILSPILL – The Human Ueberfluss (Trailer)” by Andy Fox & Jo Blankenburg (Salzburg, Austria)
“OIL” by Maayke Schurer (Kingston, ON)
“Petrolena” by Mark Olin (Titusville, PA)

Mar 10, 2011
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OIL @ EMMEDIA (2011)

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: OIL

Presented by EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society

Curated by Daniel Dugas

Deadline: June 1, 2011 @ 4:30PM

Oil. It fuels our cars, it furnishes our homes, it feeds our debates, our wars. Oil, almost magic, which can be transformed into a multitude of products, toys, fertilizers, carpets, shampoo, insulation, golf balls, credit cards, lipsticks, plastic bags, bottles. A strange philosophers’ stone giving immortality to pop bottles and plastic forks.

How are we going to negotiate our dependency and oil addiction with our environmental concerns? Who defines the Industry practices? How can the individual contribute to the emergence of solutions? What is the role of the artist, writer, poet?

OIL is looking for slick short videos to fuel the discussion! Daniel Dugas will curate the program, through a call of submissions that is open to local, national and international artists. We are looking for videos that address and explore the issues and relationships we have with oil, either politically and/or poetically. The program will be screened on July 12, 2011, which is the one-year anniversary of the capping of the BP well in the Gulf of New Mexico.

To submit your short film/video:

– Must be under 5 min.

– Must be submitted on either data DVD as a .mov file or Mini DV, if sending by mail.

– A .mov file can be uploaded onto our FTP server (Please contact programming@emmedia.ca for more details)

– Must not be an original copy as EMMEDIA will not accept responsibility for loss of, or damage to any submissions.

Please note:

– Submissions will not be returned unless accompanied by a SASE.

– Artists will be contacted if selected. Please no phone calls.

– If you are selected, screening fees will be paid in accordance with the Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) fee schedule.

Please send your submissions to:

Attn: OIL submission

EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society

#203, 351 – 11 Ave SW

Calgary, AB

T2R 0C7 CANADA

All submissions must be received by EMMEDIA on Wednesday, June 1, 2011 @ 4:30PM. Postmarked or late submissions will not be accepted.

For more information, please contact Vicki Chau, Programs & Outreach Coordinator, at:

programming@emmedia.ca

1.403.263.2833

Curator Bio:

Daniel Dugas is a poet, musician and videographer. He holds an MFA, Time Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.  He was an artist in residence at: the Banff Centre, in both in the Visual Arts and in the Music  Department; Sculpture Space, New York; EMMEDIA, Calgary; A.I.R. Vallauris, France, and more recently at the Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney, Australia.

His sixth book of poetry: Hé!, was published last spring by Les Éditions Prise de Parole, Sudbury, Ontario.  This spring, he will be participating in the Festival international et Marché de Poésie Wallonie-Bruxelles as well as the Frye Festival. Daniel is currently living in Moncton, New Brunswick where he is pursuing a PhD in creative writing at the Université de Moncton.

 

Mar 5, 2011
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Liaisons (2011)

Triangle amoureux, bibelots passionnés, Dante et Antoinette et Sirène
Love triangle, passionate knick knacks, Dante et Antoinette et Sirène

Feb 12, 2011
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Corps flottants (2011)

Les corps flottants ou, plus anciennement, mouches volantes se définissent comme des formes de filaments, plus ou moins opaques, qui apparaissent dans le champ visuel. Dans ce vidéo, les notes de musique écrites par Jean-Philippe Rameau se mettent à danser follement sur les couches superposées des partitions.

La bande sonore est une adaptation de Gavotte et variations (6). Le fichier son est disponible selon les termes de la licence Creative Commons Paternité – Partage des conditions initiales à l’identique 2.0 générique.

fr.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Fichier:Jean-Philippe_Rameau_-_Gavotte_and_Variations_(6).ogg

Jan 15, 2011
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What We Take With Us – Ce qu’on emporte avec nous (2011)

• Galerie E DANS L’A Gallery, Moncton, NB, 2011

What We Take With Us

In this two channel video installation, each artist created a program of short videos exploring different aspects of memory and presence.  The programs are projected side by side.

An exploration of internal and external experiences characteristic to travel and displacement, the project grew from a research residency at the Sydney College for the Arts in Sydney, Australia – September / October 2009.  During our stay, we researched urban, as well as more sparsely populated coastal and inland geographies of New South Wales.  Starting from our personal exploration and interviews with others, we looked for indications of what it is like to live in a place; to call it home, and at displacement / shifts evoked by the experience of physically repositioning oneself in the world.

The research began from the perspective of examining the concept of home and what it means to individuals.  Over time, a discussion of memory and presence, of being in the world developed toward the realization that what we take with us might not be as important as what, or whom we sometimes leave behind. As the nature of living leads us forward, we are constantly required to face current events and circumstances; to grow and evolve within the present.  Ideas are shaped through interaction; through awareness of the importance of what we take with us in memory, and how interaction within social climates changes the point of view.  According to progress, of meeting life challenges; friends, family and familiar surroundings sometimes move into memory, and that becomes the only way to experience them again.  In essence, this is also part of the discussion of nomadism and contemporary life.

While developing strategies for conveying messages relating to the human experience, we have worked to open up half dream / half waking realities.

For more information see website

 

Ce qu’on emporte avec nous est une installation vidéo à deux canaux. Chaque artiste a créé un programme de vidéos examinant différents aspects de la présence et de la mémoire.

Ce projet sur le déplacement, la mouvance et le voyage, a pris forme et s’est développé lors d’une résidence de recherche au Sydney College for the Arts en Australie — septembre / octobre 2009. Pendant notre séjour, nous avons effectué une série d’entrevues à Sydney ainsi que sur le territoire de la Nouvelle Galles du Sud.  Nous souhaitions explorer les questions relatives au sentiment d’appartenance à une région, à une collectivité ainsi que sur l’expérience nomade.

Les idées contenues dans ce projet sont nées de l’interaction entre individus, elles se sont développées au travers du filtre de la mémoire et du souvenir ainsi que sous l’effet transformateur du contexte social. Tout en développant des stratégies de transmission relatives à la nature interne et externe de l’expérience humaine, nous avons tenté d’ériger un lien entre ce qui existe et ce qui est senti, entre le rêve et la matérialité.

Notre recherche nous a amenés à réaliser que quelquefois, ce que nous emportons avec nouspourrait ne pas être aussi important que ce qui est laissé derrière.

Pour plus d’information : site web

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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