Bobo-Z-Arts : Gérard Tremblay
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This is a series of videos produced by a number of artists. It's a document about a reflection that lead to the birth of artist-run centres. They are taped interviews, with artists talking about creation, distribution, influences, grants, etc. Each title is a testimonial. Thus, Cozic, Tousignant, De Laval, Lafleur, Mercier, Gnass, Tremblay, Montpetit, Derouin, who work in a range of creative disciplines, present their point of view on the place of the artist and the creative process in our society. Gérard Tremblay studied at the École des Beaux-arts and illustrated a number of collections of fables and poetry, notably with Roland Giguère. He is past president of the Association des graveurs du Québec.

1971
Canada
32:30
Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Charles Binamé
Interviews
Normand Thériault
Participants
Gérard Tremblay

Technical information

Color
Black and white
Image format
4:3
Sound
Mono
Keywords
Philosophy, Work, Reflection, Artist

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