Underground All-Nighter Art Exhibition Featuring International Artists and DJs

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Win tickets to Exposé Noir in Montreal May 2018: a techno event featuring world-renowned DJs and art instalment.

Craving an underground scene with techno DJs from around the world? Head to Fondarie Darling this May and experience Exposé Noir. The event returns for another year – with an exclusive lineup, ‘mystery guest’ and art exhibition. Did we mention we have free tickets to give away?

MTL Prodigies have partnered with the team behind Exposé Noir to offer TWO TICKETS to one lucky winner! To enter, do the following:

  1. Follow MTL Prodigies on Instagram.
  2. Like our Exposé Noir giveaway post on Instagram.
  3. Comment who you’d like to go with!

Winners will be announced Friday 18th.

To find out more about the event, scroll down!

The Event Details:

Below you will find the ‘Who, What, When, Where’ (that we can reveal!) of Exposé Noir: meet the DJs, discover the art exhibition and buy your tickets.

photo of expose noir - a DJ set can be seen with flashing purple lights and a crowd

What?

Exposé Noir is an all-night party / art exhibition / we’re not completely sure and that’s what’s so cool about it. Guests can expect an authentic, underground scene. Lucky ticket-holders will get exclusive treats throughout the evening. Cameras are prohibited.

Who?

Attendees will experience a renowned DJ lineup including: Ellen Allien, Volvox, Atroxx and Syla. They will also be treated to an art exhibition by infamous photographer Sven Marquardt. ‘Mystery guest’ to be announced.

Ellen Allien

Photo of Ellen Allien, international techno DJ - a blonde woman leans on a blue, garage door wearing a bomber jacket.

Allien returns to Montreal after a long-awaited 2 years! One of the true, original faces to have emerged from Berlin’s techno scene, Allien’s gigs sell out fast. She has been producing techno dance tracks for 25 years and holds residencies at some of the hottest nightclubs in Europe.

Sven Marquardt

Photo of Sven - red background, black silhouette. Sven wears black glasses and a suit

Marquardt presents ‘Black-box’ an audio-visual photography instalment. Inspired from his work in Berghain, Sven wow’d the art world with his photography skills. With over 30 years industry experience, Sven studied at Die Deutsche Film AG and has worked alongside Rudolf Schäfer. His art is described as; “exalted dreams of pleasure and fear”. Sound provided by Marcel Dettmann.

Volvox

Photo of Volvox - female DJ from Brooklyn. Volvox has an undercut, blonde haircut. She gestures with her hands, wearing a black, loose jacket

A Brooklyn babe, Volvox conquered New York with her acidic-sound and has DJ’d at parties across the world including Australia, Asia and Europe. Volvox repeatedly appears at Berghain, Panorama Bar, Boiler Room, and Resident Advisor.

Atroxx

“Expect nothing less than soul-crushing techno” – Atroxx is a native Montrealer with a lot of talent. His sound has a heavy-industrial vibe, paired with rhythmic melodies.

Syla

Producing music for over 10 years, Syla has worked with Cirque de Soleil and a multitude of international artists. Montreal born-and-raised, Syla’s sound is a mix of techno, house and electronic.

Where?

Photo of the Foundry Darling - an industrial building in Montreal

The event is taking place at Fondarie Darling, one of the first buildings to be given ‘industrial heritage’ status. The former-metalworks foundry is revived as a visual arts house. The industrial-style building is found in the Cité du Multimedia district of Montreal. Running the premises are Quartier Éphémère – an organization that revives abandoned buildings with contemporary art instalments.

Address: Darling Foundry, 745 Rue Ottawa, Montréal, QC H3C 1R8

When?

Sat, 19 May 2018, 10:00 PM – Sun, 20 May 2018, 7:00 AM EDT.

Buy Tickets

Click here to get your hands on tickets before they’re sold out!

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