Six Formats: Lecture-performance
Artexte welcomes researchers in residence (curators, critics, artists) interested in pursuing critical inquiries in relation to documents in Artexte’s collection, to print culture and the visual arts, or to other aspects of contemporary art thought. Researchers are given special access to Artexte’s unique collection as well as personalized reference support from its professional staff.
Artexte’s resources are complemented by a rich network of research and information-based centres in Montreal (museums, universities, etc.) as well as by various online resources.
National and international researchers are invited by Artexte or are selected through calls for submission posted by Artexte, or international institutional agreements.
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As part of a residency, artist and co-founder of Artexte Anne Ramsden is conducting research in Artexte’s holdings.
As part of a research residency, Montreal artist and writer Nelson Henricks has been invited to investigate Artexte’s audio-visual holdings.
EAHR @ Artexte: Uncovering Asian Canadian and Black Canadian Artistic Production
For their research residency, Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens continue their investigation on the dissemination of ideas into life by exploring Artexte’s collection. Synonymous with action and bodily knowledge, performance inserts itself completely into the research process of the two artists. For them, Artexe’s collection is more than a simple repository of information: it...
Artexte accueille l’artiste, écrivain et commissaire Francys Chenier dans le cadre d’un projet ponctuel. Suite à une lecture conjointe avec l’artiste interdisciplinaire Sylvie Cotton du Corps utopique de Michel Foucault, les deux se réuniront au mois de mars afin de réaliser une rencontre performative. Il s’agira alors pour eux de faire voyager le livre...
From February to April 2015, Artexte welcomes Montreal based artist Adam Kinner for a research residency exploring the intersection of the dancing body and the state. With Artexte’s support, he will pursue research for an upcoming project titled The Gesture of Giving is Glorious. Particularly interested in issues around documentation and the body’s presence,...
As part of this fall’s research residency program, Artexte welcomes two inspiring researchers.
New York based artist Nick Kline is at Artexte for a week-long research residency from May 21st to 30th. Kline’s research will involve a wandering process through the collection, searching for publications that explore processes of frottage (rubbings), castings, contact prints and other techniques used to make direct impressions. Within this wandering, Kline further seeks themes...