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  • La dernière immunité sonore ? - Spacing Montreal
    distincte et récurrente L ubiquité sonore le rythme de la vie La cloche instrument universel et symbole initial de communication de masse peut résonner de l aube au crépuscule à tout moment de la semaine et de l année Le son des cloches saintes qui autrefois rythmait le temps et l appel des fidèles à la célébration s est fondu dans le paysage sonore pour n en devenir qu un artefact auditif C est aussi un son chargé de symboles qui célèbre la naissance l amour la mort et toutes les étapes intermédiaires de la vie que sont les cérémonies de baptême de Noël de communion Il a en quelque sorte gagné une place historique surtout grâce à sa fonction La sonorité des cloches rythme notre vie et c est probablement un des sons urbains les plus tolérés à l égard de sa puissance À titre comparatif le niveau moyen d un son de cloche d église est de 75 décibels ce qui est jugé entre fatiguant et pénible par les tables de décibels et représente des risques pour la santé lors de longue exposition selon le gouvernement américain Le carillon se compare à une rue achalandée un bruit de klaxon ou des cris des éléments habituellement peu recherchés dans un environnement En fait ce niveau de décibel est contraire à la loi car il doit être réservé aux zonages industriels ou agricoles pour une source sonore fixe Le tintement des cloches est probablement un des sons urbains récurrents qui jouit d une des dernières immunités Dans la définition de milieux de vie agréables la réduction du bruit est un élément clé et la littérature à ce sujet est de plus en plus probante La source sonore est primordiale car elle détermine si le son est agressant et si l on a le contrôle potentiel sur le générateur de bruit Il suffit de se rappeler les épisodes d intolérance des citoyens envers les bars à spectacles des arrondissements du Plateau et de Ville Marie les demandes exaucées de murs antibruit ou encore le déplacement d une piste d atterrissage Le chant des oiseaux à l aube la présence d une chute d eau ou encore le tonnerre peuvent servir de contre exemple Et le carillon d une église Ceci suscite une question fort simple quelle source sonore contemporaine aura l immunité dont jouissent les clochers pour produire des sons de cette ampleur dans les milieux de vie Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Related Posts This Tiny Abandoned Church Perfectly Captures Villeray s Changing Past Rethinking Brossard s Panama Hub Tweet More posts by Alexandre Campeau Vallée 2 comments Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy Liliane Audet 4 years ago Avec toute la polution sonore actuelle et notre volonté de s y détacher en mode solitaire derrière les écouteurs de nos Iecteurs mp3 difficile de dire si ce

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/01/16/la-derniere-immunite-sonore/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Avant-Après Aerial Edition: Mount Royal & the 11 Tram - Spacing Montreal
    tram tunnel on Mount Royal Well now we know it was turned into an open cut when the tram tracks where ripped out in the 50s and a road across the mountain was built The road was built by mayor Jean Drapeau and named posthumously after his predecessor mayor Camilien Houde Some consider Drapeau s decision to name the road after his former adversary to be ironic as Houde was actually responsible for some of the improvements of the park on Mont Royal and opposed to the construction of the road Fun fact The tram line you can see in the image is the 11 tram a ridiculously short line that ran from the corner of Parc and Mont Royal to the area near Lac des Castors Before that area became a mountain top parking lot it was the site of a tram loop which was shared with the 93 tram an even shorter line that ran along Remembrance road down the west side of the mountain to Cote des Neiges Today both former lines are served by the 11 bus which connects to Mont Royal metro station In the past 65 years tram line turned to road and tunnel to cut a parking area and look out point was added and the radio tower in the bottom right corner was erected But the Mount Royal cemetery displays constancy where even the walking paths are largely unchanged The same can be said for the path around the tip of the mountain in the bottom right corner You can browse this location in the app hosted by Catbus blog Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Related Posts Montreal Metro Photo Project Captures Design in Motion Tweet More posts by Spacing Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2013/04/04/avant-apres-aerial-edition-mount-royal-the-11-tram/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Et vous, quelle est votre trajectoire? - Spacing Montreal
    l UdM les 20 et 21 septembre prochains ainsi qu à St Hyacinthe le 22 pour la journée sur l alimentation nous avons effectué un court sondage s adressant à tous les habitants du Grand Montréal et visant à mieux cerner ce que Montréal représente pour eux les résultats du sondage serons dévoilé à 13h00 le 20 septembre Nous allons aussi réunir lors de la première journée du colloque divers penseurs et praticiens d horizons différents afin de creuser plus profondément cette question de la place de Montréal dans les vies de ceux qui la traversent Lieu de refuge ou lieu de divertissement Milieu de travail ou milieu de vie Ville marché ou ville sacrée Voilà quelques unes des tensions et contradictions que nous permet d explorer la notion de trajectoire À mon avis cette notion de trajectoire est féconde parce qu elle nous permet de cerner une réalité qui échappe souvent aux chercheurs en science humaine ceux qui occupent le même espace social ou la même classe sociale à un moment précis ne partagent pas nécessairement le même habitus pour utiliser l expression de Bourdieu c est à dire qu ils ne proviennent pas nécessairement du même endroit qu ils n ont pas nécessairement les mêmes aspirations et donc que leurs trajectoires futures risquent de diverger En somme beaucoup gens dans une ville comme Montréal peuvent se croiser et partager pendant un moment un même milieu de travail un même mode de vie et un même espace social sans toutefois avoir la même trajectoire Voilà un exemple d un concept théorique qui nous aide à mieux appréhender la réalité empirique l espace urbain n est pas fait d entités cohérentes et stables juxtaposées les unes aux autres il est plutôt tissé des trajectoires changeantes des sujets et objets épars

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/09/16/et-vous-quelle-est-votre-trajectoire/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Spacing releases Canada City notebook-sketchbook - Spacing Montreal
    5 inch by 4 inch book contains 64 blank pages for your drawing and note taking pleasure and features a mash up map of the streets parks and bodies of water found in Canada s big cities the illustration by Andrew Alfred Duggan appeared in the summer 2011 edition of Spacing The Canada City notebook sketchbook is the first in a series that we plan to release in 2012 You can pick one up now for 7 includes shipping costs in our e store You can also pick one up in person at the Toronto The Good party this Thursday at Fort York free entry Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Tweet More posts by Spacing One comment Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy karl 3 years ago Which company do you use for making the notebook Could we have a close up on the paper to see its texture Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/06/05/spacing-releases-canada-city-notebook-sketchbook/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Last day to enter Spacing's Creative Mapping Contest - Spacing Montreal
    final submission deadline of April 30th What if my map is not selected what happens to it once the contest is over Spacing plans to publish the winners maps as well as a number of honourable mention entries on our web site we will keep the online versions low resolution and embed the files into an app so that your work cannot be extracted and distributed without your consent On your entry form you can indicate whether you wish to allow Spacing to hold onto your map s so that we can consider using it in future issues What if I don t live in Canada We won t hold that against you We just want the maps that you create to be inspired by Canadian cities since our audience and distribution is exclusively in Canada TECHNICAL STUFF Is there a preferred size to the maps There is no limit to the physical size of your map But please consider Spacing s page dimensions landscape format when submitting your maps Your map doesn t have to be the exact same size as our pages but you should keep in mind readability of text and other design elements in relation to our dimensions PAGE SIZE 10 5 inches in width 8 125 inches in height add 25 inch to either side if you wish to see the map bleed off the edge of the page What type of file can I submit Photoshop If you submit a Photoshop file please make sure it s saved as an uncompressed JPG in CMYK and has a minimum resolution of 300dpi Make sure the file is flattened so that any fonts or effects are not lost when opened on Spacing s computers Please submit a low res JPG so that we can compare contrast with your high res entry Illustrator If you submit an Illustrator file please make sure it s saved as a PDF or EPS and in CMYK All fonts need to be converted to outlines mandatory It is always safest to save down the file to the lowest possible Illustrator version ie CS1 in order to make sure there is no corruption of the files once Spacing receives it With Illustrator files it is always smart to submit a low res JPG so that Spacing can make sure it has received the file as it is intended to be seen Please note that any photo files that are embedded in your Illustrator file must be in CMYK and have a resolution of 300dpi InDesign Spacing prefers not to receive any InDesign files If you must submit your entry in this format please save it as a PDF and also submit a low res JPG Mixed Media Some entrants may choose to create a map with mixed media that cannot be properly displayed as a scanned image We ask that you submit it by mail or in person It must be post marked or dropped off at Spacing s office no later

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/05/31/last-day-to-enter-spacings-creative-mapping-contest/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Creative Mapping Contest deadline extended to May 31 - Spacing Montreal
    the jurors names after the final submission deadline of April 30th What if my map is not selected what happens to it once the contest is over Spacing plans to publish the winners maps as well as a number of honourable mention entries on our web site we will keep the online versions low resolution and embed the files into an app so that your work cannot be extracted and distributed without your consent On your entry form you can indicate whether you wish to allow Spacing to hold onto your map s so that we can consider using it in future issues What if I don t live in Canada We won t hold that against you We just want the maps that you create to be inspired by Canadian cities since our audience and distribution is exclusively in Canada TECHNICAL STUFF Is there a preferred size to the maps There is no limit to the physical size of your map But please consider Spacing s page dimensions landscape format when submitting your maps Your map doesn t have to be the exact same size as our pages but you should keep in mind readability of text and other design elements in relation to our dimensions PAGE SIZE 10 5 inches in width 8 125 inches in height add 25 inch to either side if you wish to see the map bleed off the edge of the page What type of file can I submit Photoshop If you submit a Photoshop file please make sure it s saved as an uncompressed JPG in CMYK and has a minimum resolution of 300dpi Make sure the file is flattened so that any fonts or effects are not lost when opened on Spacing s computers Please submit a low res JPG so that we can compare contrast with your high res entry Illustrator If you submit an Illustrator file please make sure it s saved as a PDF or EPS and in CMYK All fonts need to be converted to outlines mandatory It is always safest to save down the file to the lowest possible Illustrator version ie CS1 in order to make sure there is no corruption of the files once Spacing receives it With Illustrator files it is always smart to submit a low res JPG so that Spacing can make sure it has received the file as it is intended to be seen Please note that any photo files that are embedded in your Illustrator file must be in CMYK and have a resolution of 300dpi InDesign Spacing prefers not to receive any InDesign files If you must submit your entry in this format please save it as a PDF and also submit a low res JPG Mixed Media Some entrants may choose to create a map with mixed media that cannot be properly displayed as a scanned image We ask that you submit it by mail or in person It must be post marked or dropped off at

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/05/11/creative-mapping-contest-deadline-extended-to-may-31/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Today is deadline for Creative Mapping Contest! - Spacing Montreal
    to submit your original creative maps inspired by a Canadian city WHAT MAKES A MAP CREATIVE The art of map making has taken tremendous strides in the digital age In the last decade there has been an explosion of maps that are not necessarily meant to be used for directions but instead are considered works of art and inspired imagination We want you to create an illustrative map that reflects a Canadian city or a neighbourhood community or is inspired by the urban elements that make up a city examples waterfront transit cycling walking graffiti parks architecture laneways alleys streets traffic taxis weather sewers infrastructure etc The above map featured in our current issue is a good example of creative mapping DEADLINE By the end of the day today If you want to submit and cannot meet today s deadline please send us an email creativemapping spacing ca and we can work something out We re more concerned with quality entries than with strident deadlines COST Free HOW TO ENTER You must register to enter Send us an email by April 30th and we will provide you with uploading details EMAIL creativemapping spacing ca KEEP UP TO DATE Feel free to RSVP to our event listing on Facebook in order to receive reminders about the deadline and other announcements such as prizes DO YOU HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS Visit Spacing s contest web page that should answer all your questions Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Tweet More posts by Matthew Blackett Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Search

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/04/30/today-is-deadline-for-creative-mapping-contest/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Spacing's Creative Mapping Contest deadline on Monday! - Spacing Montreal
    the CREATIVE MAPPING CONTEST Do you love maps Are you an illustrator graphic designer or visual storyteller Spacing wants you to submit your original creative maps inspired by a Canadian city WHAT MAKES A MAP CREATIVE The art of map making has taken tremendous strides in the digital age In the last decade there has been an explosion of maps that are not necessarily meant to be used for directions but instead are considered works of art and inspired imagination We want you to create an illustrative map that reflects a Canadian city or a neighbourhood community or is inspired by the urban elements that make up a city examples waterfront transit cycling walking graffiti parks architecture laneways alleys streets traffic taxis weather sewers infrastructure etc The above map featured in our current issue is a good example of creative mapping DEADLINE Monday April 30th 2012 COST Free HOW TO ENTER You must register to enter Send us an email by April 30th and we will provide you with uploading details EMAIL creativemapping spacing ca KEEP UP TO DATE Feel free to RSVP to our event listing on Facebook in order to receive reminders about the deadline and other announcements such as prizes DO YOU HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS Visit Spacing s contest web page that should answer all your questions Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Tweet More posts by Matthew Blackett Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts Montage du jour L orphelinat Notre

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/04/27/spacings-creative-mapping-contest-deadline-on-monday/ (2015-11-17)
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