Human Cities

Today more than half of the world’s population lives in cities, and many studies predict that the trend will continue to grow in the coming decades, so it seems that for a number of reasons, more than at any other time, urban identity will become increasingly significant in the 21st century. Under these circumstances, taking a creative look at the definition of life in the city in general and specifically at our most common asset – public space – seems both natural and necessary. In fact, the definition of public... Lire la suite →

Auto-Fiction au Festival Danse Canada

C’est avec immense plaisir que l’équipe d’Auto-Fiction présentera 2 spectacles au Centre national des Arts le 15 juin prochain, à 16h et 19h. Nous serons près des quais d’embarquement au 53 Elgin st. à Ottawa. Venez vous joindre à nous pour le Festival Canada Danse!! http://www.ledevoir.com/culture/danse/380123/un-petit-festival-danse-canada-hors-les-murs Partager → Tweet

Talk about trendsetting…

Traveling often to Paris, crossing at Pont des Arts walking bridge (usually with my boyfriend), I’ve seen the love-locks grow over the years and this is how it looks like now. Some have now even seized the opportunity of a business start-up… On a sunny day you can buy a padlock from an improvised street seller. I guess you can say it’s now gone mainstream! Ever wondered how it all started? A friend told me it was originally from Rome… check out this Wiki page to trace it back to... Lire la suite →

Art in the Streets – MOCA 2011

A frame by frame animation (2,000 images) of the 2011 MOCA show Art In The Streets. This is not meant to be a complete census of all the art at the MOCA, but an introduction and basic virtual tour of the exhibit. Partager → Tweet