Lunchtime Tour: Jake Moore, artist


“Between Two Waves”

Situating Hito Steyerl, Liquidity Inc., 2014 and Nicolas Baier’s Eternity, 2014 as the two waves posited here as post internet art and the new materiality, I will look to End of Empire, by Simone Jones and Lance Winn as the “between” wherein the remediation of iconic imagery is returned to the cinematic tradition but made fully sculptural in its occupation of space. These works are standouts within the complex field of the exhibition, and point to both current movements in contemporary practices and their historical underpinnings simultaneously.  Looking – backwards and forwards – en même temps.


Jake Moore is an artist, curator and cultural worker. She has a diploma in furniture design and construction from the School of Crafts and Design at Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario, and holds both a BFA Sculpture, and an MFA Fibres and Material Practices, from Concordia University in Montréal. She has exhibited widely in Québec and Canada, including solo exhibitions at Parisian Laundry, FOFA Gallery and Optica in Montréal, AXENÉO7 in Gatineau, Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff, Alberta and various venues in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She considers the work she does as an educator, social organiser and arts administrator to be part of a hybrid creative practice that conflates labour and public engagement with the reflective and non-verbal practices of making.



Tuesday, November 25


12.15 p.m. to 1.10 p.m.


Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal


Free admission with BNLMTL 2014 Passport

Free admission with the MACarte

General admission included