Based on actions submitted during the Web Dérive, online, and at the Camp
Moderated by Marie-Pier Boucher and Jean-François Prost
Adaptive Actions (AA) functions as an open source repository of actions. It suggests iterations and transversal operations, new forms of connections and relationalities. AA invites creative resistance through the activation of various forms of adaptation. In a round-table conversation, we will discuss submitted actions and discuss their adaptive potential, the ways in which they succeed in adapting a situation and resisting creatively. Participants will discuss both their own actions and those of others in order to highlight the main constraints they faced and the ways in which these constraints have been reconfigured to become engines of creation, points of captivation and micropolitical activation.
Invited participants: Patrick Harrop, Luc Lévesque, Javiera Ovalle, Patrice Loubier
ADAPTIVE ACTIONS CAMP
|Every day, November 8 – 17, from 11 AM to 6 PM|
Lunch provided at camp
In the Atrium of the McConnell Library Building, located in front of the Gallery.
1400, boul. de Maisonneuve O. Montréal (Québec) H3G 1M8
Initiated in London in 2007 by Jean-François Prost, Adaptive Actions explores alterations in the workplace, the home, and public spaces through actions and interventions involving the public. AA thrives on individual and collective contributions and initiatives and proceeds by an open call for collaboration. Participate in workshops, discussions, and presentations.