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Karen Trask: Hanging By A Thread

  • Event
  • PHI MONTREAL Residency
  • Contemporary Art
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Produit Rien 6909 Marconi Street
Montréal, Québec H2S 3K2

Saturday, April 16, 2022
5 PM to 6 PM

The event will be livestreamed on this page.

Free admission Reservations required

To reserve a place, please contact Daniel Fiset at [email protected] or 514 866-6767 ext. 4220.

A performance by Karen Trask

In conjunction with the exhibition … and room in the bag of stars, which presents works created during the PHI MONTRÉAL residency, we are presenting a performance by artist Karen Trask.

This performance is an activation of the sculpture Hanging By A Thread, a ghost-like figure constructed of paper threads crystallized in sugar.

INFORMATION
• Places are limited and reservations are required.
• Health measures will be followed: wearing of a mask or face cover mandatory, disinfecting hands and maintaining physical distancing of at least 1m from each other.
• The performance will take place in English.

Biography

Karen Trask
Karen Trask is known for her explorations of language and innovative use of paper, whose works include installations, artist books, videos, and performances. Trask’s multimedia work has been exhibited in Québec, Canada, Europe, Mexico, and Japan.

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