21 events and 3 articles for performance

We all have our phantoms, and different ways of interpreting their presence and inspiration. Phantom Kino Ballett is one of them. The two Germany-based artists behind this avant-garde experience (officially described as an "audiovisual drama") are Lena Willikens and Sarah Szczesny. While Willikens is primarily known as a DJ/producer (she’s a resident at Dusseldorf’s renowned club Salon des Amateurs, and Szczesny as a visual artist, they...
“Do you remember someone close singing to you?” Irene Feher, mezzo-soprano When was the last time that someone you are close to sang to you? Perhaps this question evokes memories of childhood, of lullabies and rocking chairs; perhaps a lover’s serenade, or a birthday celebration. Being sung to is akin to an act of kindness, generosity and care. It is a gift. In Lee Mingwei’s Sonic Blossom (2013 – ongoing) at DHC/ART Foundation...
Nov.192017

British multimedia artist Ed Atkins returns to Montreal for a unique live performance

On June 20, taisha paggett performed her site-specific solo performance work, Decomposition of a Continuous Whole, on the 4th floor of the Phi Centre. While street sounds drifted in with a steady breeze through the open windows, her ongoing performance captivated drop-in visitors for over three hours. The next day, DHC/ART educators Marie-Hélène Lemaire and Emily Keenlyside sat down with taisha to talk about time, shared learning, and...
June222016

A performance of News Animations, followed by a conversation

June212016

A lecture performance of A Glossary of Insistence (2016)

May24Aug.262016

A series of performances, screenings, and conversations, presented as part of the exhibition Joan Jonas: From Away

Apr.262016

Joan Jonas: From Away will be presented at DHC/ART from April 28 to September 18, 2016

Oct.292015

Julie & The Wolf present Ablaze, a somber, minimal examination of emotional devastation in their new album, Ablaze

Oct.242015

World beat group Jazzamboka will take the Phi Centre stage by storm with a musical fusion of different eras and cultures

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