About the Corridart affair

Event, 3 December

Bob McKenna’s 2002 film, À propos de l’affaire Corridart, takes the point of view of the artists who participated in Melvin Charney’s ill-fated street exhibition Corridart during the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal. Corridart is one of the case studies included in The Other Architect, and McKenna will be in attendance to present his film.

Bob McKenna is a multidisciplinary artist working in visual and media arts. His collages, sculptures, drawings, photos and films are abstractly lyrical and sometimes inspired by social and ecological subjects. Over forty years, McKenna has assembled a impressive catalogue including fifteen short films and three features: À propos de l’affaire Corridart (2002), Derrière le kodak (2011), and Les saisons d’une montagne (2014).


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