Blow of heart :
Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs – Klo Pelgag
The artist Klo Pelgag unveiled last Friday its third album in career, called “Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs”. The singer-songwriter offers sound environments always as fascinating, rich and compelling, crossed with a sense of melody is undeniable. We especially appreciated the poetry of the author, delicate and profound. An album to listen to from one end to the other, as a great journey.
Available since 26 June
I remain :
Paris at the time of the post-impressionism
The Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, will propose today a discussion on the new exhibition planned at the museum and is entitled ” Paris in the time of post-impressionism: Signac and the self-employed “. The two curators of the exhibition, Gilles Genty and Mary-Dailey Desmarais, y will treat especially of the origin of the exposure, and challenges encountered during its implementation.
Today at 12 pm via the page facebook.com/mbamtl
Make the moral to the robots
The author and philosopher Martin Gilbert offers with the book “Make the moral to robots : an introduction to the ethics of algorithms,” a short essay on the ethical debates raised by artificial intelligence systems and other virtual assistants.
In bookshops since June 9,
The platform of documentary film Tënk offers since the end of the month of June, the short film “Tides” of the director Juliet Granger. There she reveals the sea gaspé and the relationship its inhabitants have with it through shooting in an immersive and evocative.
Available on Tënk since 26 June