The Phi Foundation for Contemporary Art presents a lecture by artist Phil Collins. In this lecture, Phil Collins will discuss his exhibition presented at the Foundation. Created expressly for these gallery spaces and the Montreal context, the works in this exhibition explore the emancipatory power of music to transcend time and space, disparate geographies, ethnicity, class, and language while remaining critical of its entanglement with uneven power dynamics and the political economy of culture. Through Collins’s empathic lens and love of a good song, we are offered access to a deeper sense of what it means to relate to one another.
Please note that the talk will be in English.
Limited number of seats: first come, first seated.