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Emergence & Convergence, PHI Centre

PHI Centre extends its audiovisual exhibition Emergence & Convergence

The exhibition was due to end this weekend but continues by popular demand.

UPDATED Sept. 4: Old Montreal art space PHI Centre reopened on June 24 with the bold audiovisual exhibition Emergence & Convergence, which was due to end this weekend but has now been extended till Oct. 25.

The exhibition, part of PHI’s Destination PHI summer programming, is described as a collection of “works that contemplate the space between the self, digital technology, the built environment and the natural world,” focusing “on the effects of confinement on our collective consciousness” and how the pandemic has “forced us to re-evaluate our priorities and values as a global community” and “contributed to a renewed connection with nature.”

“Emergence & Convergence is an invitation to immerse ourselves in an exhibition which investigates our humanity in relationship with our planet and all living beings. Following months of confinement, we are confronted with a chance to re-evaluate our values and consider how the future might reveal itself,”

Phoebe Greenberg, founder and director of PHI
Old Montreal art space PHI Centre reopens June 24 with the exciting new summer exhibition Emergence & Convergence

For more on Emergence & Convergence, visit the PHI Centre website.

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