october, 2020

fri23oct(oct 23)10:00 amsun25(oct 25)10:00 pmÉcrans autochtones: temporalité et mouvementCategory:Écrans autochtones,FREE,Guest Curated Programs,iN2020,On-Demand,Shorts Program

Time

23 (Friday) 10:00 am - 25 (Sunday) 10:00 pm(GMT+00:00) View in my time

Tickets

Event Details

Écrans autochtones offre un aperçu d’œuvres cinématographiques qui explore les concepts de temporalité et du mouvement à travers des luttes complexes et différentes pour une souveraineté autochtone sur les territoires occupés, les eaux, les corps et esprits. À travers ces œuvres fascinantes provenant des communautés autochtones francophones de l’Île de la Tortue et du Grand Océan, découvrez l’importance des relations, des langues et des pratiques culturelles interreliées malgré les divisions et les violences coloniales toujours existantes.
Écrans autochtones offer insights into temporality and movement of complex, differing struggles for Indigenous sovereignty in occupied lands, waters, bodies and minds. Through these compelling works from francophone Indigenous communities across Turtle Island and the Great Ocean, witness the strengthening of connections, languages and cultural practices despite colonial divisions and violences.
Artists: Virginie Teto’ofa, Manuari’i Bonnefin, Nicolas Molé, Meky Ottawa, Jani Bellefleur-Kaltush, Diane O’bomsawin, Thérèse Ottawa, Caroline Monnet, Délia Gunn, Nicolas Renaud

Curators: Dr. Léuli Eshrāghi, Mylène Guay
Mylène Guay est travailleuse culturelle, commissaire et auteure d’ascendance W8banaki et acadienne. En tant que Chargée de projets en arts autochtones au Conseil des arts de Montréal, Guay s’acharne à la promotion et au foisonnement des arts autochtones contemporains autodéterminés en région comme à la métropole montréalaise.
Mylène Guay is a cultural worker, curator and writer of W8banaki and Acadian heritage. As Indigenous Arts Projects Manager at the Montreal Arts Council, Guay strives to promote and develop self-determined Indigenous contemporary arts.
Dr· Léuli Eshrāghi est artiste, commissaire et chercheur·e d’ascendance samoane, persane et cantonaise dont la pratique s’étend de la performance, et l’image en mouvement, à l’écriture et l’installation, et contribue au recentrement des présences et des langues autochtones.
Dr. Léuli Eshrāghi is a Sāmoan, Persian and Cantonese artist, curator and researcher whose practice spans performance, moving image, writing and installation. Their work focuses on Indigenous presences and multilingually.
Scroll to Top
We at imagineNATIVE acknowledge that this land located on present-day Tkaronto (Toronto) is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, the Huron-Wendat, and the Mississaugas of the Credit.

We acknowledge the Dish With One Spoon covenant, a treaty whose spirit is one based in collective stewardship and reciprocity. We take the spirit of this covenant to the core of our operations as we bring artists and audiences from many nations across the globe together through our various initiatives and activities.

Please take a moment to think of the land you currently reside upon, wherever you may be, and  acknowledge those who went before and those yet to come.

X