Jun 15, 2016
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FILE SÃO PAULO 2016 – venha passar do limite

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Je suis très content de faire partie de ce festival!

VIDEOARTE
O FILE Videoarte apresenta este ano um recorte da recente produção poética que articula o vídeo e as tecnologias atuais, extrapolando os limites entre eles e evidenciando como os dispositivos técnicos modificam nossa forma de perceber as coisas ao nosso redor. Com quarenta e quatro obras de mais de vinte países, buscamos investigar como se dão as imbricações entre nós e as imagens (com seus dispositivos), e entre nós e os espaços (físicos, digitais, internos e externos).
Curadoria: Fernanda Albuquerque de Almeida

VIDEO ART
FILE Video Art presents this year a cutout of the recent poetic production that combines video and current technologies, breaking the barriers between them and showing how the technical devices change the way we perceive things around us. With forty-four works from over than twenty countries, we seek to investigate how the imbrications between us and the images (with its devices) and between us and the spaces (physical, digital, internal and external) happen.
Curatorship: Fernanda Albuquerque de Almeida

1 Alfredo Ardia & Sandro L’Abbate – Studio N.1 – Itália
2 Anna Vasof – Down to Earth – Áustria
3 Atelier Monté – The Art of Deception – Holanda
4 Baku Hashimoto & Katsuki Nogami – EYE – Japão
5 Beatriz Minguez de Molina – Finishing Your Dreams – Espanha
6 Cole Lu – But, You Know, It’s Often All I Want – Estados Unidos
7 “Con.Tatto: Francesca Leoni & Davide Mastrangelo” – Androgynous – Itália
8 Constanza Meléndez – Untitled (1990) – Alemanha
9 Cristina Pavesi – Giallo – Itália
10 Daniel Alexander Smith – Sea Change – Estados Unidos
11 Daniel H. Dugas – Apples and Oranges – Canadá
12 Daniel Wechsler – Dust – Israel
13 Das Vegas (Vygandas Simbelis) – STRATA – Suécia
14 David Clark – The Cinema of Sweat – Canadá
15 Diran Lyons – Keep The Clubs Swingin’ (#Obeezy | Dr. Dre Remix) – Estados Unidos
16 Dustin Morrow – Treetops – Estados Unidos
17 Edu Rabin & Renata de Lélis – Onda – Brasil
18 Fabio Scacchioli & Vincenzo Core – Bang Utot – Itália
19 Fabio Scacchioli & Vincenzo Core – Scherzo – Itália
20 Francesca Fini – Dadaloop – Itália
21 Hakan Lidbo – Tightrope – Suécia
22 Hakeem b – Jane’s Electronic Poem – França
23 Jaret Vadera – On Kings and Elephants – Estados Unidos
24 Jeroen Cluckers – Tears in Rain – Bélgica
25 Laura Focarazzo – The Uninvited – Argentina
26 Liliana Farber – The Blue Marble – Israel
27 Liu Chang & Miao Jing – INFINITE – China/Estados Unidos
28 Marcell Andristyák – Roadlovers – Hungria
29 Michael Pelletier – Coordinated Movement – Holanda
30 Paganmuzak – N3 – Itália
31 Paulina Rutman – Fall – Chile
32 Peter Whittenberger – What’s the Worst That Can Happen? – Estados Unidos
33 Peter William Holden – The Invisible – Alemanha
34 “pixels+fibre: Myrto Angelouli & Fiona Gavino” – (My) Space I – Austrália
35 Przemek Wegrzyn – Lullaby – Polônia
36 Przemek Wegrzyn – Home Movie – Polônia
37 Przemek Węgrzyn – Security Measures – Polônia
38 Shaun Wilson – Uber Memoria XIX – Part VII – Austrália
39 Silvia De Gennaro – Travel Notebooks: Venice, Italy – Itália
40 Silvia De Gennaro – Travel Notebooks: Barcelona, Spain – Itália
41 Stuart Pound – Song Lines – Inglaterra
42 Stuart Pound – Coming & Going – Inglaterra
43 Stuart Pound – Six Portraits of Clara Schumann – Inglaterra
44 Vera Sebert – Panorama Panic Botany – Áustria

http://file.org.br/highlight/file-sao-paulo-2016-come-cross-the-limit/

 

Apples and Oranges (Maçãs e Laranjas)
http://file.org.br/videoarte_2016/daniel-h-dugas/?lang=pt
“Apples and Oranges” (Maçãs e Laranjas) examina a questão das barreiras. É um vídeo sobre liberdade e cativeiro, sobre a vida ao ar livre e o confinamento, sobre uma prisão que existe ao lado de um Parque Nacional.

Jun 14, 2016
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Dichotomy in Black and White (2015-2016)

Dichotomy in Black and White is the pictorial collision of individually born projects juxtapostioned into new scenarios. Valerie LeBlanc and I have set up Dichotomy to breathe new life into previously created works. On a monthly basis, images once captured, filed and sometimes forgotten, will be brought back from our archives to face each other, to share in the light.

The project can be seen on JUiCYHEADS

*Taking a break July 13, 2016
Dichotomy is taking a pause. Thank you for following the series.

 

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LA DAUPHINE VS FLOW: BIG WATERS
June 15, 2016


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LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION: WE ARE GETTING CLOSER VS SLICES OF LIFE
May 4, 2016


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DAILY SOUND WORK VS THE RENOVATION
April 3, 2016


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FIB & BID VS BYE BYE THREE-QUARTER INCH
March 3, 2016


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DOWNTOWN VS DO_WILD_LOOPS DO_WILD_JUMPS
February 4, 2016


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IN TRANSIT VS TRANSITORY
January 5, 2016


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A NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK VS THE GHOST SQUID
December 6, 2015


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GOLD VS RUSH
November 1, 2015


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THE RED CARPET VS MPB EARTH
October 3, 2015


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CAMILLE, ANDREW, KATRINA AND CO. VS CAMEO
September 8, 2015


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TIME TRAVEL IN THIS MOMENT VS HOW MANY LUXURY CARS IN YOUR TOWN?
August 6, 2015


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ROCKS VS INK ON PAPER
July 5, 2015


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LONG ARMS VS. OILY FINGERS
June 10, 2015


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SILHOUETTE WALKER VS SILHOUETTE MUDSC
MAY 23, 2015


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KANGAROO VS QM
April 2015

May 31, 2016
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Compte rendu – Catherine Parayre (2016)

Voix plurielles 13.1 (2016) 16817 mai 2016
Voix plurielles est le journal de l’Association des professeur-e-s de français des Universités et Collèges canadiens (APFUCC).

Dugas, Daniel H. L’esprit du temps / The Spirit of Time. Sudbury : Prise de parole, 2015. 109 p.

Dans sa Théorie des couleurs, Goethe perçoit dans le jaune pur, sans aucune nuance ajoutée, une « sérénité […] doucement passionnante » ; ses effets sont « magnifiques et nobles » (767, ma traduction). Le jaune répand une « impression de chaleur » (769). Pour Wassily Kandinsky, le jaune, « agressif et insistant », perturbe (63). Dans la correspondance de Vincent Van Gogh, le jaune, qu’il soit maussade ou éclatant, se décline en une palette de nuances, et les mots pour les décrire sont aussi magiques que ses tableaux – jaune-vert, jaune d’or, jaune citron, rouge doré, citron pâle, citron soufre, la couleur des champs de blé qui lui font rêver du nord (voir lettre 659). Chez Daniel H. Dugas, le jaune emprunte ses noms à différents nuanciers que l’auteur a consultés dans un café à Sydney en Australie, par exemple « Haleine de lézard », « Rêver la Californie », « Soleil doré », « Pompidou », « Loisir S-H-360 », « Opulence S-H-300 », « Ile au trésor », « Une fin heureuse », « Cheddar fort », « Truffe agitée » et plusieurs autres. La couleur jaune est également nommée dans les poèmes de Dugas : il y a un « homme à la voix d’or » au téléphone qui promet une rencontre à venir ; « les rideaux dorés de Cartier » abaissés chaque nuit (la « joaillerie » y brille « comme des soleils ») ; « un canari / dans une volière », des bijoux qui « dorment inquiets / dans la lumière », une lumière « comme un éboulis » et encore toutes sortes d’éblouissements. Dugas a lu la Théorie des couleurs de Goethe ; mieux encore, il s’en inspire et explique comment. « Projet d’écriture sur la couleur », L’esprit du temps, nous confie son auteur, a été composé à partir de photographies que ce dernier a prises sur son chemin quotidien. Chaque jour, dans son bureau, il ouvre ses nuanciers préférés et choisit deux couleurs qui caractérisent le plus précisément les photos de la matinée ; à partir de celles-ci, il crée un court texte poétique qui reflète le moment imprimé sur l’image. Le recueil égrène ainsi des photos, des noms de couleurs, leur illustration et les textes. Ceux-ci sont bilingues ; Dugas les a traduits en français ou en anglais selon la langue de départ, pour lui qui écrit dans les deux langues, « l’occasion de multiples croisements, de fécondations qui ont contribué à rehausser le texte ou encore à le transformer substantiellement ».

L’esprit du temps, proche du carnet de voyage, du dictionnaire de couleurs, du journal personnel, pratique avant tout la description. Toutefois, celle-ci n’est ni portrait, ni paysage, ni nature morte, mais plutôt documentaire ludique, dépersonnalisé, lui-même nuancier. Collection de photos commentées, il est un album du souvenir et sa poésie du quotidien nous ouvre un monde paisible, contemplateur, immergé dans la vie.

 

Ouvrages cités

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. Theory of Colours. Tr. Charles Lock Eastlake. Londres : Murray, 1840. https://theoryofcolor.org/Theory+of+Colours

Kandinsky, Wassily. On the Spiritual in Art. Dir. Hilla Rebay. New York : The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1946.

Van Gogh, Vincent. Vincent van Gogh – The Letters. The Complete Illustrated and Annotated Edition. Dir. Leo Jansen, Hans Luijten et Nienke Bakker. Amsterdam : Van Gogh Museum / Huygens Institute. http://vangoghletters.org/vg/letters.html

Catherine Parayre

May 20, 2016
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Festival de la Poésie de Montréal (2016)

Festival-2016-Affichette-electroniqueVoici mon horaire:

D’Écosse, Dugas, Desbiens
lecture bilingue français-anglais

Une lecture transatlantique avec Peter Mackay, Rachel McCrum et JL Williams (Écosse), Daniel H. Dugas et Patrice Desbiens.

En collaboration avec le British Council

MERCREDI 1er JUIN, 19H
Librairie Drawn&Quartely
211 Rue Bernard O, Montréal
(métro Rosemont)

GRANDE LECTURE DU FESTIVAL
Lectures et performances d’ici et d’ailleurs

Avec Peter Mackay, Rachel McCrum et Jennifer Williams (Écosse), Carmen Villoro, Mariana Perez-Villoro (Mexique), Antoni Clapès, Marc Romera, Odile Arque (Catalogne), Martine Audet, Paul Bélanger, Daniel H. Dugas, Sonia Cotten, Phillipe Garon, Daniele Pieroni, Joséphine Bacon et Patrice Desbiens.

VENDREDI 3 JUIN, 21h
O Patro Výš
356 av. Mont-Royal Est, Montréal
(métro Mont-Royal)

May 18, 2016
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Utopia/Dystopia – Bath (2016)

Good news from Bristol!
FLOW: BIG WATERS in collaboration with Valerie LeBlanc as well as Apples and Oranges have been included in the ‘Utopia/Dystopia’ screening 2nd June 7.00pm at the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution.

In association with Bath Fringe Festival
tickets: £5.00 / £3.00 cons available at: BRLSI on the door
16-18 Queen Square, Bath, Avon BA1 2HN : 01225 312084

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May 17, 2016
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Collateral damage (2016)

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Pauline Pfeiffer, 1934

Collateral damage

You never know what you’re going to find,
where you’re going to end up.
I woke up this morning thinking about Hemingway,
Ernest, his house, the sun, Key West.

I went to his house once while visiting Key West.
I remember the pool, the catwalk connecting his home to his writing studio, the spacious art deco bathroom, the heat.

Hemingway lived in paradise and died in Idaho.
He was born in 1899.
There is now, only one person in the entire world,
one lonely soul that was born before him.

He was married four times.
His second wife,
the American journalist Pauline Pfeiffer,
died on October 1, 1951.
She and Ernest married in 1927,
honeymooned in Le Grau-du-Roi
in the South of France and
divorced on November 4, 1940.

Pauline Pfeiffer died of an acute state of shock.
It was precipitated by the news that her son Gregory,
who had experienced gender identity issues for most of his life,
had been arrested entering a woman’s restroom in a movie theater.

When I woke up this morning,
I didn’t know
that anyone had ever died because of a transgender bathroom issue.

You never know what you’re going to find,
where you’re going to end up.

Daniel H. Dugas
May 14, 2016

Mar 13, 2016
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FLOW – daily features (2016)

Prompted by a 2014 tour through a missile launch site in the Everglades National Park, a woman reflects on the time when the Russian/Cuban/American nuclear standoff threatened to end life as we know it.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


A mystery begins to form when a researcher finds uprooted plants on a Loop Road bridge. Tension mounts when a second car stops in that remote location.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


There is one road that leads from the Everglades National Park entrance to Flamingo. There are no streets lights and at night, it is very dark.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


The deer pen was built in July 1934. There are a few photographs depicting the area but little information exists on why it was built. Although it is located in the forest near a well-known trail, it is difficult to find.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


Searching for a landmark in an overgrown setting, a woman is overcome by the atmosphere rising from the landscape.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


Some people say that during the Cuban Missile Crisis, there were surveillance bunkers built along the Old Ingraham Road. Others deny the existence of such structures.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


An abandoned mango forest is slipping back into the natural world. In July, the mango season is coming to an end and most of the fruit has fallen to the ground. Armed against the night with flashlights, two men set out into the rows of trees to find Burmese pythons

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


Nocturnal Desertion
Animals hiding in a deserted mango grove wait hopelessly for vindication.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


Chekika the Zone
This area of the Everglades National Park has been closed since 2013. The gates are chained shut and the Rangers’ houses are boarded up. Chekika is a zone, the ruins of dreams.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


Marion’s Car
Single lane and almost deserted, the Loop Road runs through the Big Cypress National Preserve. A sprinkling of people live there, mostly down narrow laneways that twist back into the trees. It has a reputation for being moonshine country.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/


The End of the World
July 8, 1905. The Bay is calm. The shore is a thin line of land, the sky faint blue, white. From Oyster Key, Flamingo appears to be a distant mirage.

Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas
Soundmap: http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/

Mar 2, 2016
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FLOW – Launch (2016)

FLOW: BIG WATERS by Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas – Soundmap launch today.

12 soundworks inspired by geographic locations within the Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve and surrounding regions of South Florida and featuring the voices of Rebecca Rideout and Mark McPhee are available for listening.

http://flow.basicbruegel.com/soundmap/

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Feb 28, 2016
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She died in the sky (2016)

She died in the sky
in the Lockerbie bombing of 1988

We found a picture of her a few years later
A clipping from a newspaper
lining the bottom of a dresser
in a one room apartment
that we rented
on Schuyler St,
Utica,
New York

Daniel H. Dugas
January 2016

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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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