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POSSIBLES 04 Shawn Cotton et Maude Nepveu Villeneuve


POSSIBLES merges art and civic engagement in the perspective of sustainable community development. Once a month throughout the year 2017, POSSIBLES will present the works of 12 artists from various art disciplines in collaboration with 12 creative partnerships in 12 unusual Montreal venues.
Possibles 04 will present a new work by Shawn Cotton and Maude Nepveu-Villeneuve, printed by Les Créations de L’Abricot. Featuring readings and live printing!
Free ! Thursday April 20 2017, 17:30 – 19h, Espace Lafontaine, 3933 Ave. du Parc-La Fontaine, Montreal. Facebook event!.
Shawn Cotton and Maude Nepveu Villeneuve’s project is presented in collaboration with La Serre – Arts Vivants and Arcmtl. Theme : Health and Quality of Life.
Floating Objects

The act of writing opens up infinite possibilities for the construction of new worlds and new interpretations. Starting from universal or specific themes, the writer creates objects to be randomly thrown out there for future interactions with readers. Love and death, youth and nostalgia, universality and utopia; there are as many interpretations as there are readers. The spectacle, however grandiose it appears, is solitary and intimate. With the Floating Objects project, Maude Nepveu-Villeneuve and Shawn Cotton extrapolate on the theme of health and quality of life by being inspired by questions which surround the access to the river and offer singular visions of a living Montreal.

A beautifully printed version of the work, designed by the artisanal print collective L’abricot, will be unveiled at the event. In addition to a reading by the authors, Julien Boisseau and Catherine Ouellet-Cummings of L’abricot will demonstrate how the book was created with a hand-press with which the public can print a flyer during the event.

This project is a collaboration between ARCMTL and POSSIBLES.
POSSIBLES is part of the Celebration of Montreal’s 375th Anniversary official programming.

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