Cart-ography

From April 13 to 19, 2009
Cart corral outside the Canadian Centre for Architecture (1920 Baile st.):
Saturday, April 18 from 1:30pm to 4:30pm
Vernissage at FOFA (1515 Ste. Catherine St. Ouest):
Saturday, April 18 from 5pm to 7pm
Final PICNIC in Parc LaFontaine: April 19 around 3.
An initiative of Concordia University’s ARTX program, 2X4X22 is an exhibition on wheels.  Each measuring 2 feet by 4 feet, 22 art-carts designed and crafted by students in Site-Specific Installation will disperse throughout the city, engaging with the pedestrian public and negotiating urban space as they go.
Tackling problems of site specificity as they relate to the city, the cart, and the psychological site of travel,2X4X22 is as much an action as it is an exhibition.  Throughout the 6-day period, the group sets off through various sites in the Downtown Core, The Plateau, and Old Port/ Lachine Canal areas, coming together in a Cart Corral April 18th outside the Canadian Centre for Architecture as part of Open Sessions-University Studies at the CCA.
For details on this ever-evolving event visit the 2X4X22 blog at sparkplug21.wordpress.com.
Avant-Cart  (April 13, 14) Vincent Chevalier
The artists Downtown / McGill:
Chelsea Owen, Sienna Hanshaw, Nadine Riehl, Geneviève Gallant, Geoffrey Livingston, Raphaelle Sandt and Antoine Levesque
The artists Mile End / Plateau:
Lysanne Picard, Julia Thomas, Jp King, Jean-Francois LaLumiere and Renata Sielecki
The artists Old Port / Lachine Canal:
Elena Anghel, Philippe Cool, Florence S. Larose, Carina Phillips, Bryce Petersen, Julie Léveillé and Heather Jackson
Maintenance, admin and documentation carts: Vency Yun and Donna Akrey

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