Exposition – A PROBLEM SO BIG IT NEEDS OTHER PEOPLE – Exhibition

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A Problem SO Big It Needs Other People
Exposition

15 mars – 3 mai 2014

Vernissage
Samedi 15 mars, 15 h – 17 h Performances & discussions

22, 29 mars, 12 et 26 avril

15 h – 17 h

L’exposition A Problem So Big it Needs Other People vient conclure la résidence d’un an réalisée par la commissaire cheyanne turions dans le cadre du Programme ciblé sur la Souveraineté de la galerie SBC. L’exposition inclut la participation de Basil AlZeri, Daina Ashbee, Maggie Groat, Susan Hiller, Maria Hupfield, Tiziana La Melia, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Annie MacDonell, Gabrielle Moser et Chelsea Vowel.

A Problem So Big it Needs Other People tente de réfléchir à la manière dont la souveraineté se manifeste à travers des processus de négociation observés à l’échelle du sujet. Le sujet n’est pas souverain dans l’isolement ; il n’est souverain qu’à travers ses relations personnelles, sociales et intimes. La négociation implique un rapport de réciprocité, tous les partis défendant leurs intérêts, devant être ouverts à la rencontre, à la reconnaissance mutuelle et au compromis. > Plus

"A problem so big it needs other people" est extrait de l’entrevue de Theaster Gates ("Theaster Gates on His Strange Position of Power", Blouin Art Info, 23 novembre 2013).

Exhibition
March 15 – May 3, 2014

Opening

Saturday, March 15, 3 – 5 pm

Performances & discussions

March 22, 29, April 12 and 26 3 – 5 pm

Curator cheyanne turions‘ year-long residency within SBC Gallery’s Focus Program on Sovereignty culminates in the exhibition A Problem So Big it Needs Other People, including participants Basil AlZeri, Daina Ashbee, Maggie Groat, Susan Hiller, Maria Hupfield, Tiziana La Melia, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Annie MacDonell, Gabrielle Moser and Chelsea Vowel.

A Problem So Big it Needs Other People attempts to think through the ways that sovereignty manifests as processes of negotiation on the level of the subject -but not a subject sovereign in solitude; a subject sovereign through contact, intimacy and sociality. Negotiation implies reciprocity, all parties with vested interests, all parties subject to encounter, acknowledgment and compromise. > More

"A problem so big it needs other people" is quoted from Theaster Gates’ interview ("Theaster Gates on His Strange Position of Power", Blouin Art Info, November 23, 2013).

Événements Events

cheyanne turions Basil AlZeri Annie MacDonell Tanya Lukin Linklater credit: Images Festival

Samedi 22 mars, 15 h – 17 h
Chelsea Vowel
No Reading After the Internet
(discussion)
Saturday, March 22, 3-5 pm

Chelsea Vowel
No Reading After the Internet
(discussion)
Samedi 29 mars, 15 h – 17 h

Basil AlZeri

Pull, Sort, Hang, Dry, and Crush (performance & discussion)

Saturday, March 29, 3-5 pm

Basil AlZeri
Pull, Sort, Hang, Dry, and Crush (performance & discussion)

Samedi 12 avril, 15 h – 17 h

Gabrielle Moser & Annie MacDonell

No Looking After the Internet (discussion)

Saturday, April 12, 3-5 pm

Gabrielle Moser & Annie MacDonell

No Looking After the Internet (discussion)

Samedi 26 avril, 15 h – 17 h

Daina Ashbee & Tanya Lukin Linklater

Slow Scrape (performance & discussion)

Saturday, April 26, 3-5 pm

Daina Ashbee & Tanya Lukin Linklater

Slow Scrape (performance & discussion)

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SBC Galerie d’art contemporain / Gallery of Contemporary Art 372, Sainte-Catherine O. / west, suite 507, Montréal 514.861.9992 HEURES D’OUVERTUREMardi au samedi, de 11 h à 17 hou sur rendez-vousEntrée libre OPENING HOURSTuesday to Saturday, 11 am to 5 pmOr by appointmentFree admission SBC Galerie d’art contemporain / Gallery of Contemporary Art voudrait remercier / thanks: Conseil des Arts du Canada / Canada Council for the Arts Ministère de la Culture et des Communications Conseil des arts de Montréal The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

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