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Exhibit – No Man’s Land – Louis Couterier & Jacky Georges Lafargue

Opening Friday January 12 2018

No Man’s Land

No Man’s Land started with a residency supported by the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec in Manitoba (2016). The purpose of this residency was to follow the Manitoba-United States boundary strip, which is 6 meters wide by 444 kilometers long. This line, neither American nor Canadian, is a true no man’s land separating Manitoba from the states of North Dakota and Minnesota. This space was explored, traveled, photographed and filmed it, the main action to take samples (soil squares and soil prints) of which 10 were taken. The video set of landscape and interventions of real samplings carried out constitutes a artialisation: that is to say an artistic transformation of the boundary landscape. This artialisation is applied at Poolside Gallery in the form of an installation called No Man’s Land.

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EVENT:

Temporal Contours

A new social series of audio-based performances held quarterly in Poolside Gallery kicks off Friday December 8 2017, 7:30 pm – late with:

Burden

Dogon Lock

Joel Mierau

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NEW EQUIPMENT:

1080p Projectors, QSC PA Speakers, and VIVE VR Development Kit

HUGE THANKS to the Winnipeg Foundation and all of our DONORS! VP has been able to make some improvements in our presentation capacity and VR DEVELOPMENT.

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WORKSHOP:

Canada Council for the Arts Workshop

Tuesday, December 12th

(6pm – 9pm)

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WORKSHOP:

Introduction to Audio Post-Production with Andy Rudolph

Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 (6pm-10pm)

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WORKSHOP:

Introduction to After Effects Workshop with Rylaan Gimby

Tuesday, January 30, 2018 (6pm-10pm)

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WORKSHOP:

Advanced After Effects Workshop with Rylaan Gimby

Wednesday, January 31, 2018 (6pm-10pm)

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WORKSHOP:

Isadora with Hugh Conacher

Tuesday, February 13, 2018  (6pm-10pm)

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WORKSHOP:

Audio Editing for Dancers with Kayla Jeanson

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 (6pm-9pm)

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