Artists / SIMON LAROCHE (QC-CA)
A machine nourishes its humans. Eating actions perpetuate patterns of nurturing and disempowerment, of growth, death, and decay. In repeated and reciprocal gestures, matter is cycled from one state to another: human, food, machine, food. Humans chew, swallow, and process, spawning energies and powering the machine. Microbes rearrange and stabilize tissue, neither raw nor cooked, fodder for the machine. Machines sustain their litter, feeding and desingularizing the human. In these cycles, bodies gain just as they lose control, eating, determining, and orchestrating their own demotions.
June 3 - 7 p.m. - 11 p.m.
June 4 - 8 p.m. - 11 p.m.
- ELEKTRA 17 Arsenal Contemporary Art / From to BILL VORN (QC-CA), LOUIS-PHILIPPE DEMERS (QC-CA), BORIS EDELSTEIN (CH), STEVE BUCHANAN (US), LAETITIA DOIZELLE (FR), YANN MARUSSICH (CH), JEAN PICHÉ (QC-CA), PATRICK SAINT-DENIS (QC-CA), NELMARIE DU PREEZ (ZA), SIMON LAROCHE (QC-CA), DAVID SZANTO (QC-CA), EDWIN VAN DER HEIDE (NL), JAN-PETER E.R. SONNTAG (DE)