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ATSA, quand l'Art passe à l'Action
Soon in your neighborhood !
2016...

THE PROJECT | POETIC PORTRAITS |SLIDE SHOW  |DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS FOR PROGRAMMERS 

Video of While Having soup during Cuisine ta ville
by Jérémie Battaglia

 

UPCOMING REPRESENTATIONS:


- Rennes (FR) 
Les Tombées de la Nuit - July  6-7-8 2017
Touring team : Annie Roy et Pierre Allard, Marie-Paule Grimaldi et Hubert Lafore
Photograph / Infograph : Jean-François Lamoureux
With the participation of some citizens and l'Âge de la Tortue

- Graz (AUT) 
La Strada Graz - July 29-30-31 2017
Touring team : Annie Roy et Pierre Allard, Koby Roger Halls
Photograph / Infograph : Manuel Bauman

- Vancouver (CAN) 
Drum is calling - July 28-29-30 2017
Touring team : Nicolas Rivard
Photograph / Infograph : Jean-François Lamoureux

- Hull (ANG) 
Freedom Festival - September 1-2-3 2017
Touring team : Annie Roy et Pierre Allard, Marie-Paule Grimaldi, Koby Roger Halls
Photograph / Infograph : Jean-François Lamoureux

In 8 Montreal neighborhoods between August and October
thanks to Conseil des arts de Montréal en tournée:
Saint-Laurent: August 18
Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc Extension : August 20
Rosemont - Petite Patris : August 24
Outremont : September 14
Côte-des-neiges : September 15
Sainte-Anne de Bellevue: September 16
Plateau Mont-Royal : September 28
Pointe-aux-Trembles : October 1st

A world tour is in preparation !

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A relational art intervention in the public space, featuring spontaneous conversations from the general public on the topic of " vivre ensemble ". The experience of “three-course” dialogue wich elevates conversation as an art form—a spurt of humanity, and something to be embraced as a inspiring societal project!  

Starter : Meet your dinner companion
Main dish : Savour your conversation over a bowl of soup
Dessert : Create and discover your poetic portrait

A word from the artists: “The world is changing: tensions are flaring up, be they for economic, cultural or other reasons. All too often, we evolve in isolation from one another, through virtual conversations that ultimately leave us disconnected, and incomprehension forms a great divide between us. In recent years, the unprecedented flow of refugees, together with various other crises, has polarized public discourse, shaking our sense of social harmony to its core. We need to speak to one another, on a human scale, one to one, in order to reappropriate the public space for ourselves.

The stage is outdoors, similar to a restaurant's outdoor deck. Thanks to a straightforward mechanism for fostering interaction, and attentive MCs (Masters of Conversation), this relational art intervention succeeds in generating spontaneous conversations between pairs of individuals, in all confidentiality, on the topic of harmonious coexistence. The experience takes on a collective significance with the accumulation of these duos captured and archived in the form of poetic portraits that are subsequently shown on the event site and online.

By transforming the act of sharing soup with a stranger into a special, estheticized moment for interaction, Le temps d’une soupe sets the stage for human and social encounter on an egalitarian basis. Le temps d’une soupe enables people to broach important topics outside their usual circle of acquaintances, which helps them develop a critical eye. Furthermore, it encourages them to make a personal commitment to playing a more active role within their community, and helps make our public spaces more dynamic, intelligent and democratic.

Organic and locally made!

Our conversation menu is crafted locally for each intervention according to a number of methodologies proposed by the artists (workshop, walks, specific encounters). The questions can foster serious reflection on our universal human interactions, but also evoke local concerns raised thanks to preliminary meetings and discussions with persons who live, work and are interested in the community or region. The soup that is served may be prepared on site, brought in from a neighbourhood restaurant or local collective kitchen that shares the values of the artists. Our aim is to showcase the strength that comes from pooling resources and uniting, and to provide you with a direct and meaningful artistic experience of dialogue.

 

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DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS FOR PROGRAMMERS

The staging and format can be adapted to your presentation and financial context :

4 pages presentation,  Technical presentation will be send on demand
Press review
Previous representations with slide shows
Website combining all poetic portraits

CONTACT

e-mail : info@atsa.qc.ca
tour contact : Annie Roy
technical contact : Pierre Allard
00 1 514 844 9830
skype : acomannie
 
www.atsa.qc.c