Vie des arts no.269

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Vie des arts no.269

Vie des arts no.269

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The no.269 of Vie des arts proposes a file on the sensorialities in art and targets the strategies of diversification of the senses by the work (of which that of Kapwani Kiwanga, Claudie Gagnon, Antoine Bertin, Agnes Meyer-Brandis). By soliciting the multiplicity of experience, these works use knowledge acquired through the body: they decentralize individual experience by drawing on the polysensoriality of our environments, on the embodied and carnal aspect of learning, and on the gestures and movements of the body.

Enter the studios of two artists: Diyar Mayil, winner of the 2022 Bronfman Fellowship in Contemporary Art, and Diane Gougeon, known for her installations that question ways of being in the world.

Other news items in this issue include artists Raymonde April, General Idea, Shary Boyle, Sabrina Ratté and more.

Number of pages: 96
Publication date: January 30, 2023
language: French

Anne-Marie and Catherine are the inseparable friends who founded the brand in 2009. Their sustainable and minimalist clothing collections are designed in their Mile End workshop-boutique, then gently manufactured in Montreal from natural fiber textiles.

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We have been experimenting and refining our processes for a dozen years to work with the best natural fibers available. We select our materials for their durability, comfort, aesthetic properties and for the conditions in which they were produced. We give priority to suppliers close to our workshop. Many of our jerseys and knits are made in Canada, while some woven fabrics come from the United States. For more specialized materials, we work with Japan and some European countries (mainly Italy and northern countries). It is essential for us to make sure that the workers' conditions are fair, and the best way to be sure is to choose countries that have a charter of individual rights similar to ours!

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