FIMAV | may 2022

From May 12 to 22, I’ll be presenting a new version of my sound installation L’étang, at Festival International Musique Actuelle Victoriaville.

Short video presentation (in French) : here

L’étendue do | october 2021

L’étendue do, extended until October 22, 2021
Performance by Marie-Douce St-Jacques on Thursday, October 21 at 5:45 p.m
Limited capacity, reservation is required (free) :
COVID-19 safety guidelines apply. 

L’étendue do | September 2021

COMING UP : « L’étendue do », solo exhibition.

Arprim, 372 Rue Sainte-Catherine O, #426, Montréal, QC, H3B 1A2

September 11 – October 16
Opening on Saturday, September 11, 2021

*Public health and safety guidelines apply. Face coverings are mandatory and Arprim will limit access if the space reach full capacity. Guidelines may change without notice following changes in regulations.

Interview | November 2020

Tenzier, a non-profit organization which has as its mandate to preserve, celebrate and disseminate archival recordings by Quebec avant-garde artists, celebrates its 10th year anniversary. The director, Eric Fillion, interviewed me and we talked, among many things, about Étienne O’Leary’s artwork.

Interview with Marie-Douce St-Jacques (in French)

Hors champ magazine, November-December 2020

Spirale | November 2020

Some of my collages illustrates the cover (and some inner pages) of the newest Spirale magazine.

X P Q | August 2020

I had the pleasure to illustrate « X P Q, traversée du cinéma expérimental québécois », an overview of 75 years of experimental cinema in Quebec.

X P Q, traversée du cinéma expérimental québécois, (Sommes toutes, Cinémathèque Québécoise), directed by Ralph Elawani and Guillaume Lafleur. In bookstores on August 12.

À La Becque | June 2020

Out now on Le laps publishing ! Both a digital album and artist book, Le fruit vert and Delphine Dora’s « À La Becque » is a distillation of sketches and experimentations recorded in our practice studio at La Becque, an artist residency in La Tour-de-Peilz (Switzerland). The publication comprises 12 pages that I printed on a risograph, and includes a hyperlink to download seven improvisations (keyboards, voice, synthesizers and objects; 38 minutes).

Limited edition of 150.

To listen and/or buy :
– For Europe :

Solo music performance | October 4 2019

I will give a short concert during Volume 2, Montreal’s art book fair.

It’s an evening curated by Alex Pelchat with : Moshi Moshi (É. Payeur and C. Clermont), Ensemble Habitant (ensemble feat. 25 local artists playing a score for spatialized music by Bay Area composer Matt Robidoux), Émilie Mouchous, Voish x Geneviève Liboiron, Jasmin//Bourgault, Sarah Albu, Sound of the Mountain (C. Pedersen and E. Millar) & E-Mi-Li (M. Hong, E. Davidovici and E. Denison)

Friday October 4 2019. Doors open at 8pm at 185 Av Van Horne. I will play early. PWYC 10$ 

DJ Xenakiss | OK là!

I’ll be DJ-ing at the third (and last) OK là! event of the summer. With artists Michele Mercure, Météo ciel bleu et Marianne H.

Friday August 9, at Ethel parking lot, Verdun, starting 7pm sharp.

Poster : Hugo Jeanson / Photo : Isabelle Stachtchenko

Le fruit vert | Summer 2019 concerts

Montreal, Canada : Sunday, June 9 at 8 pm, Suoni per il popolo, La Vitrola, with Ben Shemie and Anika
Lausanne, Switzerland : Tuesday July 9, Festival de la Cité, 11:30 pm
Lausanne, Switzerland : Friday July 12, Festival de la Cité, 7:30 pm, in collaboration with Delphine Dora

Launch : Sophie Jodoin’s Les confessions

Come celebrate the launch of Les confessions on Thursday, June 6, 2019 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, at Artexte (2, Sainte-Catherine Street East, room 301).

The author will be present.

Les confessions is a recent project that reflects Sophie Jodoin’s ongoing preoccupation with the interaction of language with images. While books act as raw material for the work, language functions as its mode of articulation. Through a series of feminine surnames, Les confessions chronicles a plural (her)story. As both declarations and silent testimonies, these multiple voices form a collective portrait, a rewriting of women’s social and political bodies where the reader is invited to fill in the voids.

Founded in 2013 by Marie-Douce St-Jacques, and designed by Baptiste Alchourroun and Amandine Guillard, Le laps (“The lapse”) is an independent, Montréal-based publisher specializing in texts on the margins of literature, with a focus on singular sensibilities from artists of all backgrounds.

For more info / to buy :

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