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November 2019

CAD $20

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Dimitris Papaioannou
November 19 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

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CAD $20

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Dimitris Papaioannou
November 20 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

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CAD $20

Inside

Dimitris Papaioannou
November 21 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

Find out more »
CAD $20

Inside

Dimitris Papaioannou
November 22 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

Find out more »
CAD $20

Inside

Dimitris Papaioannou
November 23 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

Find out more »

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