Experimenting Interpretation: Gestures, Movements, Dialogue

Free admission
Date and time
Monday, May 11, 2020 from 3 PM to 4 PM

The Ethos of the Foundation is a series of live events and new content that showcases our notion of care and service, as a holistic approach to presentation practices in contemporary art from the ground up and the top down. It features our research, philosophy, operations and programming. It showcases the talent and truly innovative initiatives that distinguish the Foundation, particularly within the Canadian context.

The third event of this series, Experimenting Interpretation: Gestures, Movements, Dialogue, is a live presentation by Pohanna Pyne Feinberg, artist, educator and professor at Dawson College, and  Marie-Hélène Lemaire, head of education at the PHI Foundation. They will present a research project that they co-led in the exhibition Jasmina Cibic: Everything That You Desire and Nothing That You Fear (2018-2019). In the spirit of accessibility and service, this project aimed at multiplying the possible approaches that participants can employ when interpreting artworks during a group visit by experimenting with sensory learning, gestures and movements.

To offer you some context for the presentation, we invite you to watch Do we live in a state of illusion?, the trailer for Everything That You Desire and Nothing That You Fear, and to read Jasmina Cibic: Movements, a pedagogical tool designed by the Education team at the PHI Foundation.

3 PM – Introduction
3:05 PM – Presentations
3:35 PM – Q&A

Duration: 60 min

To take part in this event, you must have Zoom ( installed on your computer or smartphone.

Zoom Meeting ID: 923 2059 7008
Password: experiment

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