I'm a visual artist living and working in Montreal. During the last 8 years, I have built a body of work composed of paintings and animated films where the main themes revolve around nature, identity and perception. In this era of crisis and anxiety, my work questions our perception of the reality based on our limited human senses and knowledge of nature.
Most of my paintings are made on paper or on wood panels. I use acrylic painting for the first layers and usually finish the pieces with oil painting. I use colour pencils to add details and contour to the forms. My films are hand-drawn with pencil on paper and the colours and effects are added digitally.
Each medium helps improve the other on every level (technique, content and form), and provides spectator different lectures of my message. Consequently, my practice has become centered on the exploration
of possibilities, boundaries and advantages of dynamic vs static work.
14 JULY 2018
Screening ***LA SINGULARITÉ - FANTASIA FILM FESTIVAL
Sélecionné dans le cadre des Fantastiques Week-end du cinéma québécois /
Univers insolites - 3:00PM
30 OCT - DEC 1 | Reception: NOV 2
Sager Braudis Gallery - 2018 NOVEMBER EXHIBIT
Raqib Bashorun | Chris Dahlquist | Benjamin Lowder | Alexandra Levasseur | Joel Sager
A collaborative project with contemporary dance collective La Tresse, is allowing me to further my exploration of the movement through the representation of mysterious feminine creatures of the sea.
My newest film "La Singularité" is finally finished! Stay tuned for upcoming screenings near you.
Presently experimenting with clay for a special project involving ceramic sculpted figures. Pictures of my process and work in progress will be posted on my Instagram.