Ayam Yaldo
Photo credit: Camille Montuelle

Montreal, May 19, 2017 – PERTE DE SIGNAL invites you to come meet artist Ayam Yaldo during an OPEN LAB on Thursday, June 1, as of 5 p.m.

As part of the DémART-Mtl internship program initiated by the Conseil des Arts de Montréal and the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec, PERTE DE SIGNAL is hosting artist Ayam Yaldo. Having been in residence since January, the young artist is opening the doors of RUSTINES|LAB to present “Non non-objective structure,” which will be on view until Saturday, June 10.

Non-objectivism meant the will to disengage art from reality: the represented shapes could only be ‘’actualized’’ in an abstract world. The installation plays on the turnaround of the factual presence – and not only in museums – of the abstract into the concrete, of the non-objective into the objective, by extracting the flattened forms found in Suprematist paintings in order to articulate them in a three-dimensional environment. The dynamism of this construction of lines is achieved by the visual projections and the renewed animation of the viewer through the active exploration of space.


OPEN LAB on Thursday, June 1, as of 5 p.m.
Open from June 1, to June 10, 2017
From 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. (closed on mondays and sundays)

5445 De Gaspé – Espace 107
Montréal – Métro Laurier


AYAM YALDO was born in Iraq, went to secondary school in the United States, and now lives and works in Montreal. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Intermedia from Concordia University. Her work was shown at Eastern Bloc as part of in_digestion, a group show of intermedia students from Concordia.

The Conseil des Arts de Montréal (CAM), in partnership with the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec (CALQ), has launched an internship program to support culturally diverse, newly-arrived or first-generation artists in a paid artistic internship of approximately 26 weeks.

PERTE DE SIGNAL is an art centre located at Pôle de Gaspé in Montreal that promotes and fosters the development and dissemination of digital art and innovative artistic uses of technology.

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Camille Montuelle

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