A mobile exhibition consisting of four cyclists on cargo bicycles forming a mini caravan with trailers fully covered with acrylic painted synthetic canvases. The cycling tour began at the Cité internationale universitaire de Paris (CIUP), went in direction of the Jardin des plantes and ended at Le Grand Palais during the 2019 Foire internationale d’art contemporain (FIAC).
April 8 to 13, 2019
An art event on a cargo bike with animation provided by myself assisted by Michela Dumas on the premisses of the Cité internationale universitaire de Paris (CIUP).
Cargo bicycle, flowers, 40 illustrations of wild mammals from France and Western Europe, India ink on cardboard, 60 x30 cm each.
Babiche (rawhide), reclining armchair, carpet, chest of drawers, coffee table, approx. 4 x3 x3 m.
Gold coloured nails, chicken bones, linen mounted on plywood, gilded frame, paper, 65 x100 cm.
Wooden chair and footrest recovered with linen cloth, drawings of India ink, approx. 1,5 x1,5 x1,5 m.
Wooden frame on floor, acrylic on unfixed canvas, approx. 1 x2,5 x1m.
Acrylic on stapled canvas, camouflage netting, acrylic spots and pigeon feathers, approx. 3,5 x2 x5,85 m.
Plexiglas cylinders, small glass bottles, dog leash and collar, natural and synthetic fillings, approx. 1,50 x2,5 x1,50 m.
Acrylic on unfixed canvas, polar bear skin, 2,44 x3 x3 m.
Exhibition in collaboration with the Montreal based L’Itinéraire magazine.
Acrylic on canvas, moulding frames, 244 x122 cm each.
Rectangular block with video screen window, wooden mouldings, acrylic on stapled canvas, image and sound: 3 minutes continuous loop, 230 x300 x60 cm.
Part of Cinq et demi non chauffé (Apartment for rent without heating), an open house artistic event in an apartment of the Plateau Mont-Royal in collaboration with artist Nathalie Fontaine.
Performance of a model in a room painted in an overall peach colour with all accessories painted peach, peach coloured lighting.
Environmental installation part of the exhibition Inhabitation, organized by 11 women in an abandoned factory space on the premisses of the Château Saint-Ambroise.
Bread dough (flour, yeast, sugar, water), cement mixer, surface area approx. 5 m².
A two-day stay in a gallery with conversations with the public on the theme of the Aids pandemic
Thread, acrylic on patchworked canvas with a HIV symbol cut out and sewed back on, approx. 2,50 x2,75 m.
Acrylic on canvas bonded on three walls, floor and two panels, one seen through an opening and an other in the background, 0,87 x2,5 m. Space approx. 5 x3.5 x6 m.
Symposium International d’art contemporain de Baie Saint-Paul, artistic director Bernard Paquet.
The exhibition was repeated in 2001 with Paul Lussier as curator at the Centre d’art de Baie-Saint-Paul.
Two triptychs mounted on steel frames: styrofoam panels, 3 colour prints 244 x122 cm each; one colour print 68 x60 cm and one 32 x54 cm.
photo credit: photo Guy L’Heureux.
Acrylic on stapled canvas, door, approx. 4 x7 m.
Piercing through a rectangular opening (80 x60 cm) in a wall, acrylic on canvas, air ducts, approx. 3 x4,50 m.
Exhibition consisting of four installation paintings fitted on rectangular blocs and three other forming a triptych on a two-cornered wall.
Acrylic and plaster of Paris on canvas, approx. 4 x6 x10 m.
Collaborative event with Louise Simard for the exhibition Consensuel .
Environmental drawing applied directly to the wall: liquid latex, red pastel, hair from a fur coat, space approx 300 m2 without lighting.
Acrylic on canvas bonded on four walls, a ceiling and a door, hanging light bulb, approx. 244 x310 x365 cm.
Collaborative work with Frédérick Desjardins for the Symposium d’art gigantesque in Waterloo
Nylon fabric, blower, approx. 5 x4 x3m.
Rectangular wooden cubicle built on site, acrylic on stapled canvas, approx 3,5 x1,53 x1,83 m.
Acrylic on two plexiglass rectangular boxes, coloured stone powders, approx.160 x92 x32 cm each.
Acrylic on stapled canvas, 10 cm wood beams, gypsum wall, recycled nails, 280 x229 x122 cm.