Opening Saturday February 8, 2014, 7pm at Art Metropole
Live Translation of La Consommation with Felicty Tyler at 7:30pm
Art Metropole presents La Consommation(1973), an educational video produced by the anonymous collective Bloc Coop. This is being screened within the framework of Network Consciousness, curated by Felicity Tayler and launched by VidÃ©ographe (MontrÃ©al). The video advocates for the cooperative movement as a means to equalize access to systems of food production and consumption.
Part of a multi-venue project by Felicity Tayler taking place at VidÃ©ographe/VithÃ¨que MontrÃ©al, SBC Gallery, MontrÃ©al, Art Metropole, Toronto, and Residency Unlimited, Brooklyn.
Download the complete PR text for Network Consciousness here.
Felicity Tayler (MontrÃ©al) is an artist, librarian and independent curator. In each of these roles she is concerned with printed matter and cultural infrastructure as the material substrate of our social imaginary.
A Manifesto for
by Chef Nathan Isberg.
Upon invitation of Art Metropole Chef Nathan Isberg will launch the A Manifesto for Sincere Loss just a few doors down the street.
Both events will run simultaneously. The video will be screened onto Dundas Street through Art Metropole’s window in the evenings of 8 February to 8 March. The manifesto will be available through the Art Metropole shop at 1490 Dundas Street West (at Dufferin) and the Atlantic restaurant at 1597 Dundas West (at Brock).
A Manifesto for Sincere Loss.
Luis Jacob, Light On (Flashlight), 2013. Video still, courtesy of the artist.