Workshop facilitated by Anne-Marie Trépanier + Hannah Azar Strauss
Friday, November 6, 11:30am – 12:45pm
Online | To register contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020.11.06 - Turning Points: A mapping workshop
Presented as part of the HTMlles Festival
In this workshop, participants will respond to a simple mapping prompt which invites them to locate some of the sites which have been witness to personally significant moments, whether major or minor, of the last 8 months of the pandemic. In mapping those sites and the routes between them, and recounting our physical, mental, and emotional states when we inhabited them, we will discuss the potentials and limitations of our local landscapes. How might the particular, disparate locations sought out by each person independently, suggest larger patterns of care, fear, or desire? What can we learn from this exercise about what our neighbourhoods allow or refuse?
This workshop will be FR-EN bilingual without translations; participants are welcome to speak in their preferred language. Participation in the workshop is not necessary for attending the evening roundtable discussion. Explore more at https://www.are.na/turning-points-htmlles-2020
Anne-Marie Trépanier is an artist, editor, and cultural worker based in Tiohtiá:ke / Mooniyang / Montreal. Her practice includes writing, experimental publishing, and new media, with a focus on the representation, translation and conversion of experience as forms of knowledge. She is currently a master’s student in Communication Studies at Concordia University.
HANNAH AZAR STRAUSS
Hannah Azar Strauss is an artist and educator based in Tiohtiá:ke / Mooniyang / Montreal. Working mainly with drawing and text, her practice is centered on conversation and the cultivation of history through language and gesture. She works at Ada X and Artenso, and serves on the board at articule.