Archived Programs

Karine Boulanger
Video Art
April 13, 2017 to July 13, 2017

Rediscover the work of multidisciplinary artist marshalore, a pioneer of Quebec and Canadian video and performance art. 

Karine Boulanger
February 7, 2018 to May 24, 2018

In 2017, Vidéographe published Istvan Kantor – Video Anthology a USB box set of 29 video works curated by Etienne Desrosiers. This project allowed us to add thirty four of the artist’s videos to our catalogue.

Suzanne Beth
October 16, 2017 to January 15, 2018

The films Insurgence (2013), Rupture (2016) and Contrepoint (2016) adresse the 2012 student political movement in Quebec. Projected in the form of an art installation, they form Fraction (2016).

Video Art
November 23, 2017

Selected from Videographe’s collection, these works raise ethical and moral questions, and sometimes test the viewer’s limits.

Karine Boulanger/Sonja Zlatanova
November 28, 2017

Ten recent experimental films where the work with sounds is central.

France Choinière
Video Art
November 30, 2017

The program attempts to bring out certain angles peculiar to Vidéographe, from autobiographical confession to dream-like portrait and from collage to political and even militant documentary by way of performance conceived for video.

Lucie Szechter
May 24, 2018 to September 3, 2018

Sharing One’s Own Face, a project by French researcher and artist Lucie Szechter, considers the issues raised by the face in the practice of filming the self.

Karine Boulanger
Free streaming
September 4, 2018 to January 7, 2019

This program explores the diverse range of practices that coexisted at Vidéographe during its first decade: social documentaries, technical experiments, arts documentaries, commentaries on international events, and more.

Karine Boulanger
Free streaming
January 7, 2019 to April 7, 2019

A program that explores the proximity of humans and animals, whether historical, imaginary, physical, or psychological. With works by Alexandre Roy, Mike Hoolboom, Katherine Liberovskaya, Élène Tremblay, Yudi Sewraj, and Michèle Waquant.