Born in Quebec City in 1978, Érik Bordeleau is a researcher at Concordia University’s SenseLab and lecturer at various universities across the province. He completed his PhD in comparative literature at Université de Montréal on the links between anonymity and politics in Chinese cinema and contemporary art. His books Comment sauver le commun du communisme? (2014) and Foucault anonymat (2012) were recently published by Les Éditions Le quartanier. Bordeleau has published numerous articles dedicated to authors such as Gilles Deleuze, Peter Sloterdijk and Isabelle Stengers, and has contributed to various periodicals on politics, art and cinema, including Espai en blanc (Barcelona), Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (Vancouver), Chimères (Paris), Multitudes (Paris) as well as 24 images, Altérités, Inflexions, Hors-champ, Le merle, ETC and esse (Montreal). He is a member of Épopée, a film-action group, which directed Rupture (2014) and Insurgence (2013), on the Quebec student strike.
Colonization of thought: art, economy and politics
2012.12.10 - 20.10
Mindful of contributing to the advancement of discourse on current issues, VOX is organizing two series of gatherings this fall developed by Vincent Bonin, Barbara Clausen and Marie J. Jean.Read more
Discussion with François Lemieux, Érik Bordeleau and Josianne Poirier
VOX invites you to a discussion around the issues raised by the exhibition Un soleil difficile. This roundtable will bring together the artist, François Lemieux, Érik Bordeleau and Josianne Poirier.Read more