Exhume is Paul de Rita's story. An artist dedicated to his craft, we discovered Paul playing guitar Looping, in one of Montreal busiest metro stations. His sound was so big, and his music so soulful. Yet his voice wasn't being heard. Without any apprehensions he opened his heart and let every emotion come through. He inspired us to try and show the world his creative process. We chose a dancer, Chad Concepcion, knowing that he could portray the fundamental dichotomy that so drew us to Paul: a fragility that is also raw and powerful, we want to give the viewer a glimpse into his emotional creative subconscious. We used split screens, clashing colors, and camera work that moves closer and tighter to both performers as we get to know them to highlight the dancer's role as Paul's artistic consciousness. It is a way for the audience to step into his creative process, a world where there are no boundaries or fundamental rules to uphold. There is only music. We wanted to use movement to finally give a voice to a man with lots to say who has always felt muted by the immensity that surrounds him.
Gallagher and Galchenyuk ask you to pick a side.
They each crafted their own Create Your Taste burger and now their creations are available at the self-order kiosks at McDonald’s. Today, Gallagher and Galchenyuk decided to ask customers the question they’ve been asking themselves for weeks—which burger is better? Pick a side at the self-order kiosks at McDonald’s, or create your own Angus burger. #teamGallagher #teamGalchenyuk Go to mcdonalds.ca/createyourtaste.