DARE-DARE centre de diffusion d'art multidisciplinaire de Montréal
DARE-DARE supports research and valorises emerging practices. Its members are interested in the context of creation and answer the need of exchange and collaboration. DARE-DARE is a flexible, open space devoted to research, experimentation, risk and critical inquiry. The artist-run center manifests a sustained interest in exploration and in the diversity in the modes of presentation.
Therefore, DARE-DARE accepts innovative, original and critical propositions, which invest the urban space or any other context. Submit any proposal of exhibition, performance, public intervention, event, etc., may they be specific or of variable duration.
DARE-DARE continues to present its urban articulation project, DIS/LOCATION, initiated in 2004. Using the city centre as dissemination context, the centre’s program focuses exclusively on projects staged in the public realm. Accordingly, DARE-DARE moves locations every two to three years, enabling it to explore diverse neighbourhoods rich in questions of social, political and historical importance. DARE-DARE’s headquarters are located in a construction-site trailer.
SQUARE VIGER (2004-2006)
PARC sans nom (2006-2008)
SQUARE CABOT (2008-2009)
PARC WALTER STEWART (2009-2012)
ESPLANADE MÉTRO SAINT-LAURENT (2012-2015)
MARCHÉ ATWATER (2015- )