Geronimo Inutiq is an electronic musician and multimedia artist residing in Montreal. He has worked with museums, galleries, institutions, companies, festivals, community organizations, and individuals to bring innovative electronic and Inuit art in Canada and beyond.
Exploring using urban, electronic, and indigenous and Inuit tropes in his work, Geronimo was emerging as artist within the national dialogue of contemporary arts and indigeneity. With his first solo show shown in three Galleries across Canada “ARCTIC NOISE” -curated by Britt Gallpenn and Yasmin Nurming-Por- Geronimo established himself in the artistic realm- as a video and multimedia artist doing multichannel installation.
With “Isumaginagu” his solo show in 2016 for the Asinabaka Festival at gallery101 in Ottawa, Geronimo continued to push the envelope in his multimedia practice – with photograpy and digital art prints, original paintings, as well as the multichannel audio-visual installation. Always exploring the fantastical world in multimedia, he never forgets his roots in urban and electronic independent music production -nor his Inuit as well as Canadian, and Quebecois cultural heritage.
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Frances Adair McKenzie Geronimo Inutiq
Saturday Lineup at the Tett
Basic Soul Unit
Big River Dream
One Night Pass:
$25 Online, $30 At Door
Good for both Friday, April 7th, and Saturday, April 8th programming. Includes artist talks and workshops on Saturday afternoon.
Use on Friday, April 7th, 2017 from 9:00PM - 1:00AM
or Saturday, April 8th, from 10:00PM - 6:00AM. Includes artist talks and workshops on Saturday afternoon.
Friday Lineup at the Isabel
Full Weekend Pass:
$45 Online, $50 At Door
Lineup for each night: