The Tête à Tête : la face cachée de la visibilité will provide a much needed space for racialized artists to unpack the current issues related to their reality. Over a 5 day period (September 4-8), identifying BIPOC artists will occupy the studio of the CCOV to address artistic questions which directly effect the political climate they work in and around. Through a combination of discussion, creative working methods and practice sharing, the artists will collectively examine their concerns. Centred around (but not limited to) dance and performance making , the project thoughtfully makes space for encounters between prominent thinkers, activists, artists and cultural workers to develop strategies for collaboration, resistance, and hopeful future actions.
Angie Cheng, Rhodnie Désir, Phoenix Wood, Nènè Myriam Konaté, Andrew Tay
With participation of :
Marilou Craft, Mélanie Demers, Mellissa Larivière, Emilie Monnet, Dana Michel, Lara Kramer, Sarah Elola