Posts Tagged ‘ruins’

15 Jun

Dichotomy in Black and White is the pictorial collision of individually born projects juxtapostioned into new scenarios. Valerie LeBlanc and I have set up Dichotomy to breathe new life into previously created works. On a monthly basis, images once captured, filed and sometimes forgotten, will be brought back from our archives to face each other, to share in the light. The project can be seen on JUiCYHEADS *Taking a break

21 Jul

Review of Conference Presentation (excerpt) Études britanniques contemporaines Revue de la Société d’Études Anglaises Contemporaines Colloque de la SÉAC Numéro 43 Londres, novembre 2011 Decembre 2012 ‘Ruins’ Introduction Isabelle Gadoin & Catherine Lanone Université de Poitiers/Université Paris 3 This volume is issued from a joint conference organized by the SAIT (‘Société des Amis

19 Oct

I have been invited by the SAIT (Société Intertextes – Textes et Signes) and the SEAC (Société d’Etudes Anglaises Contemporaines) to present my video The Renovation as part of the Ruins in Twentieth-Century British Art and Fiction Conference, November 4th and 5th 2011.  The event is hosted by the Institute of English Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, Senate House. Description of

22 Apr

• 20es Instants Vidéo, The Renovation, Marseilles, FR, 2007 When searching through architectural ruins, the great and small accomplishments of human activity can whisper and shout out through the muted rubble that remains.

About Valerie LeBlanc

Originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia, pluri-­disciplinary artist and writer Valerie LeBlanc has worked in Canada, the United States, Europe, and Australia. Her creations travel between poetry, performance, visual and written theory. Valerie LeBlanc has been creating video poetry since the mid 1980’s, and is the creator of the MediaPackBoard (MPB), portable screening / performance device. In the fall of 2012, she published her play The Raft, through Basic Bruegel Editions.

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