February 28 - April 25, 2015
With events organised by
24.03.15 - 25.03.15 Caleb Behn in Conversation.
07.04.15, 18h Dominique Fontaine hosts What Matters with Livia Daza-Paris, Stéphane Martelly and Ronald Rose-Antoinette. This is event is co-presented with articule as part of Dominique Fontaine's year-long curatorial research residency, Scènes de la vie quotidienne à Montréal (on belonging and the politics of belonging), in 2015.
09.04.15, 18h à 20h Paige Sarlin presents Between You and We: Collectivity and the Documentary Interview.
10.04.15, 18h à 21h Workshop with Paige Sarlin.
23.04.15 -25.04.15 Workshop with cheyanne turions & Jackie Wang.
Talk Show is focused on the art and politics of conversation. Organized by el instituto (Mexico City), the sequel expands on the original Talk Show (2012) and its exploration of the roles of the speech act, of the contested figure of the witness, and of testimonials in the constitution of the subject and the configuration of the political.
Talk Show features live and recorded hosts and guests James Baldwin, Caleb Behn, Lauren Berlant, Nadine Blumer, Mathieu Bouchard, Bertolt Brecht, William F. Buckley Jr., Jennifer Chan, Alan Conter, Heather Davis, Pip Day, Livia Daza-Paris, Les Entrepreneurs du Commun, Dominique Fontaine, Michael Hardt, Rob Horning, Guillaume Lambert, Clarice Lispector, Chris Lloyd, Stéphane Martelly, jake moore, Huey P. Newton, Jean-Pierre Proulx, Ronald Rose-Antoinette, Paige Sarlin, Molly Sauter, Atif Siddiqi, Pablo Sigg, Will Straw, Florence Tissot, Sylvie Tissot, Eric Tschaeppeler, cheyanne turions, Luc Tuymans, Saelan Twerdy, Natalie Vansier, Jackie Wang, Daniel Weinstock and more.
“The next instant, do I make it? or does it make itself?”
Talk Show launches SBC’s second Focus Program: Água Viva. This long-term research project emerges out of Clarice Lispector’s 1973 book of the same title and seeks to expand on SBC’s practice of living research: artists, writers, architects, musicians, curators and other cultural practitioners will be invited to think together and to develop projects through and around this extraordinary piece of prose. Dispensing with narrative while dwelling in the “secret harmony of disharmony”, the Focus Program, like Clarice’s Água Viva, seeks to pull at the threads that articulate shifting political subjectivities, modes of address and the complexities between “you” and “I”.
el instituto, currently headquartered in Mexico City, is a not-for-profit organization that generates exhibitions, conferences, workshops, courses and platforms for other events. el instituto is committed to the exploration of the overlap between art, culture, politics, activism and human rights theory and practice, both locally and internationally. Having no physical site of its own, el instituto functions symbiotically, hosted by cultural or academic institutions, while also operating in less official spaces and capacities.
SBC wishes to thank the CCA, Oboro, Skol & Les Territoires.
Saturday, February 28, 2015, 7pm-2am
SBC will offer guided visits to the exhibition TALK SHOW, on the following dates from 2 pm to 5pm (reservations are not necessary):
April 11, with Maguire (EN) & Lamontagne (FR)
April 18, with Maguire (EN) & Lamontagne (FR)
William F. Buckley Jr.
Les Entrepreneurs du Commun
Huey P. Newton