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A public project initiated by Andrew de Freitas and Amy Ball.

Confluence Gallery
Third Street & Queen, Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada.
June 21 - July 15, 2012


Materials:
Photocopier
Hand-built furniture
Three-tier library collection and cataloging system
Weekly film screenings and musical performances drawing from a thematic triad
Local press
Weekly print journal
Public dictaphone
All-night library


Activities:

THE TRIPLE INDEX

A print journal, assembled collectively each week in the gallery through public participation.
Distributed city-wide by bicycle each Monday for the duration of the exhibition.

ISSUE No. 1



ISSUE No. 2



ISSUE No. 3



ISSUE No. 4



LIBRARY OF THE NIGHT

An initiative realized in collaboration with Mathieu Arsenault.
In keeping with summertime 24-hour sunlight in the Far North, the gallery remained open all night each Thursday for the duration of the exhibition. Arsenault articulated a manifesto to guide visitors through wakeful nights in the library:




IN WORDS OUT WORDS


[Image - document of performance by Kiki Barua]

An open call was issued for musicians and performers to contemplate one of the weekly themes through public performances each Thursday in the gallery.



FILM SCREENINGS

June 28:
Agnes Varda, The Gleaners and I

July 5:
Sean Grattan, HAD HAD
Fischli and Weiss, The Way Things Go

July 12:
Jean-Luc Goddard, Bande à Part


PUBLIC DICTAPHONE

Whilst browsing the library’s collection, visitors were encouraged to extract from the collection.
A tape recorder was available on the hex-table at the center of the stacks.
The activity produced an entirely new document of public authorship:

Triple Index - Public Dictaphone Mp3