I’ll be your mirror features Capture, a hyper-productive Internet rock band, a kind of ironic response to the crisis of industrial cultures.
By constructing a utopian environment, this exhibition functions in the same way as a new genre of factory.
The installation, whose title harks back to a song with the same name by rock band The Velvet Underground, will take possession of the spaces within the Centre des Arts that will become an extension of a concert hall while leaving Capture to take over the deserted areas.
With the support of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts.
Currently in residence at the CDA, artist Grégory Chatonsky tackles the question of technologies and flows as systems capable of generating a new form of fiction through multiple media, both analogue and digital.His productions explore mutations caused by our contemporary environment and investigate possible worlds capable of incorporating our body and its existence in environments made up of interactive installations.
@CDA exhibition spaces