Project Someone is engaged in a partnership with centre Turbine, a creative centre that combines art and pedagogy for its Danse en ligne project, with teenagers from Un itinéraire pour tous, an organization based in Montreal North. Led by artists Marie-Pierre Labrie and Sara Hanley, the project proposes the co-design of social media through creative missions where teenagers are invited to respond with multimedia content (photos, video, sounds, texts).
The initiative critically addresses the use of mobile and social media by transforming it into an artistic creation opportunity. The mobile phone becomes a laboratory of daily creation that contains the tools necessary for participants to express their ideas. Workshops feature an embodied approach that leads youth to sensibly reflect on their multimedia productions while diverting the usual modes of online interaction. With Project Someone’s support, the team chose to create an online platform independent of commercial social networking services.
The project was completed in fall and a second phase is planned for spring 2020. A performance at La maison culturelle et communautaire de Montréal-Nord in June 2020 will feature the results of the artistic explorations in public space.
For more information, please visit the Facebook page.
Marie-Pierre Labrie et Sara Hanley — Artists and Pedagogues
Roby Blanchard-Provost—Web Design
Charlotte Dion-Dufour — Programmer
Le centre Turbine (hyperlink: centreturbine.org) carries out projects that introduce current trends in arts to diverse communities by matching professional artists of all backgrounds and disciplines with art educators.
Un itinéraire pour tous
Bibliothèque de la maison culturelle et communautaire de Montréal-Nord