Dec.182019

Special event

Past Event

Free admission

Schedule: From 10 AM to 9 PM

Phi Centre
407 Saint-Pierre Street
Montreal (Quebec) H2Y 2M3

Phi Foundation for Contemporary Art
451 & 465 Saint-Jean Street
Montréal (Quebec) H2Y 2R5

In an effort to make art accessible, Phi will open its doors for a day on Wednesday, December 18, offering a sneak peek of its program.

Leave behind winter traditions and come enjoy new experiences for the holiday season; a great opportunity to discover immersive creations.

In addition to its virtual reality programming, sound alchemist Jay Crocker will be joining in with an audio installation. An innovative concept both interactive and musical.

*You will be granted access to Cadavre exquis and the VR Cinema on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please keep in mind this will only apply for a one-hour visit.

*There will be a cash bar service available between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

Cadavre exquis

The exhibition brings together individual contributions from artists who have chosen the medium of virtual reality as a new means of expression, including Marina Abramović, Olafur Eliasson, Antony Gormley, Paul McCarthy and Laurie Anderson.

VR Cinema: InnerFlood

VR Cinema invites film buffs and art lovers to delve into the immersive worlds of artists Anish Kapoor, Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, and Mali Arun through four short films.

BIBELOT

This installation by Jay Crocker (aka. JOYFULTALK) is a set of 16 music box cells - a small mechanical orchestra performing compositions of an infinitely-changing environment.

What Has Been Seen & Phil Collins

Discover What Has Been Seen, in which artists Eva and Franco Mattes dissect, test and redefine the boundaries of the Internet. The Phil Collins exhibition presents a substantial collection of works, studying the way we understand popular culture and take part in it.

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