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November 26 11am

Free, open to
to all.

Welcome brunch with Camara Taylor, 2023 © Danie Chabot

In residence at Gare de Matapédia this autumn, artist Florencia Sosa Rey invites you to come and meet her and discover some of the aspects of her artistic practice explored during her stay at an evening of public presentation.


The artist will be exhibiting traces of a performative action carried out along the river, accompanied by abstract drawings to be discovered in her studio. 


Since it's through sensitive exchange that encounters can occur, the artist, in collaboration with Auberge Chez Casimir, invites the public to take part in a large dinner featuring local products and the end of the harvest.


Join us for an evening of sharing, displacement and communion, ''where the body serves as a space for cross-fertilization between notions of memory, self-narratives and interdependence.


Thursday, November 9 from 5pm at the Gare de Matapédia - Community and Arts Centre. Free, open to all.


Camara Taylor is based in Glasgow. Recent projects include backwash, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh (2022) ; a rant! a reel!, Cubitt Gallery, London; holus-bolus, 17th Edinburgh Art Festival; IMG_5917, with Sulaïman Majali, Artists’ Moving Image Festival and suspiration! commissioned by The Newbridge Project, Gateshead, and recipient of a 2021 Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival New Cinema Award. Camara has undertaken residencies across Scotland, and screened their moving image works across the UK and internationally. They have participated in programmes including Satellites (Collective Gallery, 2020-2022); Curatorial Directions (MAC Belfast, 2019) and Constellations (UP Projects/ FTHo, 2017-18). Camara was a Committee Member at Transmission Gallery from 2016 to 2018 and Programme Coordinator of the Race, Rights & Sovereignty series at The Glasgow School of Art from 2017 until 2021. They are currently a member of Collective Text.

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