Moonshine x Bring Down the Walls at Phi Centre

Bonbon Kojak, AKAntu (Moonshine) + Ushka
Bring Down The Walls
Entrance: 465 Saint-Jean Street, parking lot
Places are limited: first come, first served.

FREE ADMISSION

Set Times:
9:30 PM – AKAntu (Montreal)
11:30 PM – Bonbon Kojak (Montreal)
1:00 AM – Ushka (Brooklyn)
2:30 AM – Bonbon Kojak b2b AKAntu

*The event will start on time. Be there early!*

As part of the “Phil Collins” exhibition, the Phi Foundation for Contemporary Art presents four events within the framework of the installation “Bring Down The Walls”. The public is invited to take part in School Days with informative sessions and workshops on prison abolition and social justice, followed by Club Nights organized by Montreal-based music collectives and international guests.

For the third Club Night of this series, the Phi Foundation invites the Montreal collective Moonshine to curate the evening. Featured DJs include Bonbon Kojak and AKAntu, with special guest Ushka from Brooklyn.

About “Bring Down The Walls”:
Organised in May 2018 in New York City by artist Phil Collins, Creative Time, The Fortune Society, and over 100 collaborators, Bring Down The Walls was a three-part public art project which turned an unconventional lens on the prison industrial complex through house music and nightlife.

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T13 fabric
Side pockets
Elastic and drawstring at the waist
Elastic ankle
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T13 fabric
White rib at cuffs, neck and hem
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C$ 90.00

Screen printing on the front
Vinyl back
tie dye bleach on the elbows
12 oz, 100% ring spun cotton
Made in canada
*Size 1(L equivalent); Size 2 (2XL equivalent)

Partout au Bled, Moonshine’s latest collection, is inspired by the Arabic word “Bled” – a term that can be translated into village, hood, or home. It is a nod to the popular afro culture of the 90s, a reminder of the mantra “Joie de Vivre”, and a reflection on the cultural exchanges between Africa and the Carribeans.

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C$ 120.00

Front embroidery
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13,5 oz, 50 % coton, 50 % polyester, pre-shrunk
Quilted material
Regular cut
Lined hood

Partout au Bled, Moonshine’s latest collection, is inspired by the Arabic word “Bled” – a term that can be translated into village, hood, or home. It is a nod to the popular afro culture of the 90s, a reminder of the mantra “Joie de Vivre”, and a reflection on the cultural exchanges between Africa and the Carribeans.

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C$ 120.00

Front embroidery
(Vinyl print in the back)
13,5 oz, 50 % coton, 50 % polyester, pre-shrunk
Quilted material
Regular cut
Lined hood

Partout au Bled, Moonshine’s latest collection, is inspired by the Arabic word “Bled” – a term that can be translated into village, hood, or home. It is a nod to the popular afro culture of the 90s, a reminder of the mantra “Joie de Vivre”, and a reflection on the cultural exchanges between Africa and the Carribeans.

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