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JUNE 15-19, 2005

source : Danilo Villaflor
Informations, schedules and artistic programmation on line, May 31st 2005
photo Médium – montage Patrick Landry – video Doug Aitken

Faithful to its mandate that aims to create events that set in relation architecture, urban contexts and technological arts, CHAMP LIBRE proposes from the 15th till the 19th of June 2005, to hold in the Chinese neighborhood of Montréal known under the name of Chinatown, an in situ, electronic art, micro event lasting five days entitled: TERRE NOMADE/NOMAD' S LAND.

During this event will be presented Quebecois, Canadian and International new media artworks in relation with the architecture of Chinese North American neighborhoods, either having been created by originally Asian Quebecois or Canadian artists, or because the artists that created the works address the Asian culture. Champ Libre will be all the more attentive to particularly strong artworks which, presented in the chosen site, will be enhanced by or will enhance certain aspects of it. This event will take place on the very inspiring Sun Yat-Sen square in Montréal that was renovated in 2002 by the Montreal architect’s collective MEDIUM (

source : Medium

An inter-active staging will be proposed for the presentation of the artistic works as well as a lecture on the interaction between architecture and new media arts in the presence of the artists and architects linked to the event.

Do not hesitate to contact us for all supplementary information requests:
Cécile Martin -
François Cormier -

source : Medium