Amélie Laurence Fortin

Méduse rooftop   Perched on a rooftop, the Planète 9 flag waves against the urban landscape and bears the emblematic colours of the hypothetical ninth planet of our solar system (as imagined by Amélie Laurence Fortin).   Amélie Laurence Fortin   Amélie Laurence Fortin (Quebec City, Quebec) Amélie Laurence Fortin completed a bachelor’s degree in […]

Shayne Dark

Parc de l’Esplanade composante lieu historique national des Fortifications-de-Québec   Shayne Dark’s Free Form in Blue is made from driftwood found in nature and assembled into a dynamic sculptural composition.   Shayne Dark, Free Form in Blue, 2012 © Dave Ajax   Shayne Dark (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) Born in 1952 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, self-taught […]

A K Dolven

Édifice Marie-Guyart   The interactive sound installation her voice 1599-1672 gives back its voice to a religious artefact, a bronze bell that will resonate in the streets of Quebec.   A K Dolven, her voice 1599-1672 (photomontage), 2018 © Gabrielle Paré   A K Dolven (Norway) Born in 1953 and a native of Oslo, A K Dolven studied […]

Kelly Mark

Manif d’art Window / Gallery   In her Hello & Goodbye video, Kelly Mark adresses the symbolic universality of body language and expression which unites humanity beyond cultural and geographical backgrounds.   Kelly Mark, Hello & Goodbye, 2018   Kelly Mark (Welland, Ontario) Born in Welland, Nova Scotia, in 1967, Kelly Mark, holds a bachelor’s […]

Meryl McMaster

Place D’Youville   Printed on outdoor structures, Meryl McMaster’s photographic universes merge her personal mythologies and indigenous heritage.   © Meryl McMaster, Dream Catcher, 2015   Meryl McMaster (Siksika, Ontario) Meryl McMaster, born in 1988, has a bachelor’s degree from the Ontario College of Art and Design (2010). Her work has been exhibited at the […]

Marianne Nicolson

Monastère des Augustines   Marianne Nicolson takes over a building’s glass facade by designing sinuous and dynamic compositions. Drawn from the ancestral Kwakwaka’wakw culture and pictograms, they evoke Indigenous cosmogony.     Marianne Nicolson (Dzawada̱’enux̱w, British Columbia) Of Scottish and Dzawada’enuxw descent (British Columbia’s Kwakwaka’wakw community), Marianne Nicolson was born in 1969. She holds a […]

Susan Philipsz

Parc de l’Artillerie composante du lieu historique national des Fortifications-de-Québec   Lowlands is a sound work that resonates inits outdoor location.  The artist interprets a Scottish sea shanty that recounts the tragic farewells caused by a drowning or departure.     Susan Philipsz (Scotland, Germany) Susan Philipsz was born in 1965 in Glasgow, Scotland. She […]

Anne-Marie Proulx

Maison de la littérature   Printed in large format on a light box, Anne-Marie Proulx’s poetic photograph taken on the Nitanissan on the Lower North Shore bears witness to a deep and sensitive attachment to the land.   Anne-Marie Proulx, Utshekatakushkau (il y a beaucoup d’étoiles), 2018   Anne-Marie Proulx (Quebec City, Quebec) Anne-Marie Proulx has a bachelor’s […]

Shimabuku

Terminus de la traverse (Lévis)   Emblematic of Shimabuku’s playful interventions, a curious flock of swan-like pedal boats comes out of Regart in the hopes of continuing its journey to the river.   © Shimabuku, Swan goes to the sea, 2011-2014   Shimabuku (Japan) Shimabuku, born in 1969 in Kobe, Japan, holds a degree from […]

Beat Streuli

Édifice Marie-Guyart   Beat Streuli acts as a chameleon by photographing anonymous pedestrians, unbeknownst to them, in their daily comings and goings amongst the perpetual buzzing of the urban jungle.   Beat Streuli, Fluid Street, 2008   Beat Streuli (Switzerland, Belgium) Born in 1957 in Altdorf, Switzerland, Beat Streuli studied at the Basel School of […]