Institutional Presentation Statement
Since 1978, Inter, a print art journal, pursues a strategy diametrically opposed to the reigning models concerning emancipatory idea contamination. Between the nomadic medium (the review), and the established contemporary art centre (headquarter of activism), we create art events. In other words, art as act, from performances to manoeuvres, from solidarity to excentric practice, far from the metropolitain centres, there emerges a firm belief. Which is why during ISEA, we shall oscillate between technoculture and technonature on a human scale.
- Guy Durand (Canada) is a doctor in sociology of art, born in the Wendat aboriginal nation. He is vice president of Editions Intervention which publishes Inter magazine and runs a center for contemporary art in Quebec City.