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Capitalyst Arts: First Thursday, 2nd July 2009


Date: 2 July 2009

Capitalyst Arts:One night, three events.

2nd July 2009

Evelyne LeBlanc Rouberge

Chinese Welfare Centre, 7.00pm

Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge- Wet Markets

How do we occupy or define our personal space? What is the relationship we have with our city, our home and the architecture that defines that space? Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge’s photography is an exploration of urban geography, the tension between public and private space and its impact on the individual narrative. Through the media of digital colour photography, collage and online media, Canadian artist Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge explores the impact of urban landscapes on identity, and invites viewers to observe each mise-en-scene and recreate their own narratives.

In 2008, she spent 7 months in China where she continued working along these lines. In her exhibition Wet Markets Evelyne presents a personal journey, underlining the small details that caught her eye over there. This is a collection of observations in and on China in construction, in transformation, with all the tensions between tradition and modernity, wealth and poverty, urban/rural, the ephemeral and the perpetual.

Exhibition continues through to July 30th

Raster Noton

Black Box Cafe, 7.00pm

“raster-noton . archiv für ton und nichtton” is meant to be a platform — a network covering the overlapping border areas of pop, art and science. Emerging from the fusion of the two labels rastermusic and noton (in 1999) they realize music projects, publications and installation works. The common idea behind all releases is an experimental approach — an amalgamation of sound, art and design.

So far the catalogue of the label consists of about 70 releases. Most of the projects follow the concept of a series with contributions by very different artists such as, william basinski, alva noto, ivan pavlov aka coh, ryoji ikeda, ryuichi sakamoto or carl michael von hausswolff.

Olaf bender and carsten nicolai run raster-noton. the label is based in chemnitz / germany.
Catalyst will be showing thier CD designs, print and audio visual works.
Exhibition continues through to July 30th

Aisling O’Beirn

Boom or Bust Pub Quiz

Rose and Crown Bar, Ormeau Road

Quiz Starts 9.00pm

Aisling will host a pub quiz with a local feel relating to Belfast. Entrants will get a free poster and there will be a prize for the winning team.

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