Episode #5 - Nicolas Grenier

IntoThis Podcast is delighted to present our conversation with Montreal artist Nicolas Grenier. With an impressive display of talent, Nicolas lays down a path for self-scrutiny paved with paintings, architectural installations, videos, texts, etc. His works both, seduce and confront the viewer with formalist elements and objective imagery. He holds a BSA from Concordia University and a MFA from the California Institute of the arts. He is represented by Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran in Montreal and by Luis de Jesus Los Angeles in LA.

His last show titled Precarious Geographies is open to the public at Antoine Ertaskiran Gallery in Montreal until November 11th of 2017. 

For more information on past works please visit Nicolas’ website

Scroll down to check out some pictures of Nicolas' works

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Music Credits

  1. IntoThis Podcast I - Master Gajo -  Independent - 2016
  2. JunoBach, Creative Commons
  3. Funkus - The Him Smithery - , Creative Commons
  4. So What - Miles Davis - Kind of Blue - 1959
  5. Unnecessary Man - Sergey Kovchik - Creative Commons
  6. California Love - 2pac feat. Dr. Dre and Rioger Toutman - All eyez on me - 1996
  7. Nights In June - Kim Lightyear -  Creative Commons
  8. IntrospectiveCreative Commons
  9. IntoThis Podcast II - Master Gajo -  Independent - 2016
  10. I Can't Wait Till I Get Home - Henry Threadgill - Easily Slip Into Another World - 1987
  11. IntoThis Podcast III - Master Gajo -  Independent - 2016

Podcast Credits


Hosted by Marx Ruiz-Wilson     

Edited and Produced by Marx Ruiz-Wilson, Raul Aguilar and Milton Matheou     

Sound design by Milton Matheou     

Visual design by Victor Garibay     

Special thanks to Nicolas Grenier     


Thanks for listening!

Episode #4 - Stephanie Creaghan

This week in IntoThis Podcast we have the pleasure to present to you the multitalented artist and curator Stephanie Creaghan. As part of a new wave of young cultural entrepreneurs, Stephanie has been deeply involved in the re-shaping of the Montreal art scene, which today offers a view of an abundant and vibrant terrain. Throughout the conversation we had on late November of 2016, Stephanie talks about her early influences in art production, the experience of opening and managing a gallery, and the different roles she has played as a curator and artist.

The latest exhibition CK2 curated, The Digital Cliff  at Projet Pangée is closing this Sunday December 18th. For more information click here

For general information about Stephanie Creaghan, visit her website

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Produced by Raul Aguilar and Marx Ruiz-Wilson

Hosted by Marx Ruiz-Wilson

Edited by Marx Ruiz-Wilson and Milton Matheou

Sound design by Milton Matheou

Visual Design by Victor Garibay

Original music by Master Gajo 

Special thanks to our guest Stephanie Creaghan 



Episode #2 - Nancy Webb

In Episode #2 Marx talks to Nancy Webb about what does it mean to have a university degree in art history, writing for art magazines and taking on stand up comedy. She is part of The Brunch Club, a group of comedians based in Montreal. For more information visit their Facebook page.

Enjoy the conversation and please reach out!

Her upcoming shows:

Stand Up Strip Down - Tonight November 4th at theatre St Catherine. Click here for more info.

She will be opening the show Travis Cannon is special on November 25th at turbo haus. For more info click here.



Hosted and produced by Marx Ruiz-Wilson

Sound design by Milton Matheou

Original music by Master Gajo

Edited by Marx Ruiz Wilson