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ATSA, quand l'Art passe à l'Action

Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal

2002

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Project|the blazing night|flyer|details

 

The blazing night took place on Friday, August 9th from in front of Metropolis, corner of Sainte-Catherine and Saint-Dominique. ATSA offers a direct encounter with the element of fire, recontextualized within the urban life of Montreal through the stories of people and buildings touched by its blaze.  A non-narrative evening evoking the history of fire on the Main.

 

on the menu :

  • L’American Spaghetti House in flames…
  • Visit the first fire truck to arrive on the scene on February 24, 1959.
  • The resurrection of Cinéma Ève, with a large-screen projection of a torrid visual montage…
  • Live music by DJ Luc Raymond.
  • Stéphane Crète and his Show Girls re-create the Red Light district, circa 1920 - 60.
  • Fire-tamers Les Galapiats.
  • Blacksmith Olivier Maranda: Bring a small object with you – transform it into your very own artifact !

 

slideshow:

// Video

Soundtrack

Le feu, la ville (11 min)
 
 

Sur la rue Saint-Laurent
(3 min 46s)
 
 

Song written by Larry Larrivé in 1929 sing by
Stéphane Girouard in 2002