THROUGHOUT THE FESTIVAL

EXHIBITION OF INUIT WORKS

“INUIT GAMES AND THROAT SINGING OF ARCTIC QUEBEC”

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, with the support of Avataq Cultural Institute, is presenting a unique exhibition of Inuit artworks inspired by Katajjaniq, the throat-singing of Nunavik women (Arctic Quebec), chosen from its collection and from ethnomusicologist Jean-Jacques Nattiez’s. Carvings and prints, together with a contemporary installation by Nancy Saunders, bear witness to the importance of this musical game: two women, their face in close proximity, confront each other in a friendly manner, producing alternately high-pitched and low-pitched tones until one of the two slips up.

FROM TUESDAY TO SUNDAY – FROM 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
AND ON CONCERT EVENINGS
at the Auditorium
Auditorium Rainier III
> free entrance

SUNDAY MARCH 29 – 3 p.m.
Guided tour of the exhibition, with Jean-Jacques Nattiez, ethnomusicologist
> reservation necessary. Tel.  +377 97 98 32 90

In collaboration with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.


INSTALLATIONS IN THE CITY

Daniel Iregui, new-media artist from Quebec

Daniel Iregui offers interactive experiences combining art and technology. Inviting the user to move and interact in public spaces, his installations allow us to experience, in a fun way, how our actions change our environment and how another person reacts to these changes.

Control no Control
An interactive LED sculpture, where members of the public are invited to use their hands and body to affect the sound and visuals.

Moon
An interactive installation, where you can control moonlight.
Visible through a window, which floats in space, a moon glints…

Avenue de Monte-Carlo


RENDEZVOUS

Rendezvous with the works

As a prelude to certain concerts, we offer rendezvous with the artists, centered on the works presented. Don’t miss these instructive and convivial get-togethers!