October 2, 2019 - 6 PM

Bcc: Blind Carbon Copy, bringing the moon within. Artist performance followed by a conversation with Jessica Hébert

For the second edition of VOLUME, Art and the Book, Artexte has invited artist Pascaline Knight for a micro-residency in the collection, which centers around three clickable keywords chosen by the artist : Map, Feminine, Bird. The results of her…
September 25 - 28, 2019

#VivaWords, A research residency for the 2019 edition of VIVA! Art Action

For the seventh edition of VIVA! Art Action, Simon Brown will part-take in a playful, multilingual writing residency at Artexte. On-site use of various collaborative and experimental approaches, in dialogue with the performances. Publication of produced texts in real time…
Summer 2019
I browse visual archives to tilt them into the imaginary and the felt. By collecting and sampling artifacts and visual textures, I manually transform these concrete sources into a digital platform to give them a new poetic and playful value.…
June 19, 2019 - 6 PM to 8 PM

Francesca Ekwuyasi, Yaya, and the Ocean, A research residency presented as part of the exhibition SPECULATIONS

Within the context of the exhibition SPECULATIONS, we are thrilled to welcome writer and filmmaker Francesca Ekwuyasi for a research residency in the collection. Ekwuyasi was born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, and currently lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. During…
Winter 2018 - 2019

Research residency with Nuria Carton de Grammont, My-Van Dam, Stanley Février and Michaëlle Sergile

The collective research project, Politiques + (in)visibles is an in-depth investigation into the notion of “diversity” and the different groups and movements created by “racialized” people from the 1960s until today in contemporary Canadian and Quebecois art. Our questions revolve…
February 6 - April 13, 2019

Winter garden

Greenhouses represent the dream of an open roof, a space where the longing for a never-ending summertime and the reconciliation with nature converge.   Artexte’s little Sunroom evokes this imaginary paradise that synthesizes humans and nature, while relating to Victorian…