Michael Belmore. Bowing to the Territory

Anishinaabe artist Michael Belmore, who grew up in the region north of the Great Lakes, uses sculpture and installation to explore the limit states of materials, particularly copper and stone. He employs his time and techniques to establish these materials as figures of territory, particularly the territory of his birth.

Low voices by Estela López Solís

Estela López Solís, Susurrantes Series, 2014 -2016. White cotton thread embroidery, on used pillowcases and phrases collected and embroidered during a performance in front of an audience and performance during Les voix basses, 2021. Photo : Swann Bertholin

Personally challenged during my visit to Estela López Solís’ Susurrantes in 2017, I express in the selection and interpretation of the works, the intimate connection felt in front of them and will encourage visitors to explore their own sensibilities in turn.

Catherine Lescarbeau’s The Office Plant Department: A disruptive bio inc

Catherine Lescarbeau, Le département des plantes de bureau de l’UQO, (The Office Plant Department at UQO), 2016. Galerie de l’UQO. Photo: Pavel Pavlov

Since 2014, Catherine Lescarbeau has been producing bio-critical conceptual works, under the name of a fictional horticultural service company called The Office Plant Department.

The Catalogue of Office Plants at UQO, Catherine Lescarbeau.

Catherine Lescarbeau, Catalogue des plantes de bureau de l’UQO (Catalogue of Office Plants at UQO), 2020. Photo : Marie Perrault

Launched in early January 2020, Le catalogue des plantes de bureau de L’UQO (The Catalogue of Office Plants at UQO), a book in French that reports on two exhibitions by Catherine Lescarbeau presented at the UQO Gallery and the Darling Foundry in Montreal in 2016.

“A person’s home is inviolable”. Ludovic Boney’s Family Gathering

Ludovic Boney, Rassemblement familial (Family Gathering), Installation at the Visual Arts Gallery of Laval University, 2019. (detail) Photo : Marie Perrault

On a masterful installation by Ludovic Boney presented at the Visual Arts Gallery from April 11 to May 19, 2019 and designed specifically for the venue.

What Plants Can Tell

What Plants Can Tell , with artists Evergon and Jean-Jacques Ringuette of Chromogenic Curmudgeons (Montréal), Joscelyn Gardner (London, Ontario), Catherine Lescarbeau (Gatineau), Marie-Eve Martel (Blainville), Émilie Payeur (Montréal), Amélie Proulx (Lévis), and Laura St.Pierre (Saskatoon), presented at the Stewart-Hall Art Gallery, from December 7, 2019 to Januaray 19, 2020. Human activity is closely connected to… Continue reading What Plants Can Tell

Reliving the Opulence of the Past

Exhibition Overview. Photo : Guy L'Heureux

Mitch Mitchell, Sarah Thibault and Yannick Pouliot revisit the decorative arts and reflect on ornamentation, domesticity and history at the Château Dufresne, Musée et site historique et patrimonial.