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Drawing on Manuel Vason’s latest collaborative project Double Exposures, ‘Double Dialogues’ will forward conversations into the relationship between photography and performance. In this event Manuel Vason will present Double Exposures and discuss ideas around the bridging of performance and photography with Mobius artist Marilyn Arsem. The discussion will be moderated by Mobius director Daniel S. DeLuca and be followed by an open Q&A. A limited number of signed copies of Double Exposures will be available on the night of the event.


Subservience durational performance by Tony Schwensen Sat Apr 25, 2015

durational performance by
Tony Schwensen

Saturday, April 25, 2015
6 am to 4 pm 

100 years ago today, 25 April 2015, the mythology of the emergence of Australia as a nation is seeded, seeds that have borne dangerous fruit, seeds that have served many nefarious purposes, seeds that have been resown.

Remembrance replaces memory, and nationalism replaces remembrance, delusions abound and continue

Subservience is a durational performance that intends to examine how mythologies of nations are created, appropriated, repurposed and re-mythologised when military, cultural and economic dependence changes.   


Le Lieu | Mobius exchange Sat May 02, 2015

Strongly driven by the desire to learn from and exchange with different artistic communities from around the world, Le Lieu, centre en art actuel and Mobius are now engaging in their first partnership with this Quebec/Boston exchange. Both cities and organizations, known for their strong interest, implication and contribution in the performance art field, are now reunited to focus on where we are as artists and organiztions regarding the evolution of performance art and its actual situation.

The Quebec/Boston exchange consists in a two part event. The first part, featuring the work of four Mobius artists took place on March 27th in Le Lieu’s gallery space in Quebec City. The Boston based artists chosen for the event were Jimena Bermejo-Black, Daniel S. DeLuca, Philip Fryer and Sara June. The second part of the exchange will take place on May 2nd in Mobius’ gallery space and will feature the work of four Quebec City based artists selected by Le Lieu, centre en art actuel : Christophe Barbeau, Emmanuelle Duret, Steven Girard and Frédérique Hamelin.