Isabelle Chartrand's artworks refer to the memory of the times and places of life. Like a photograph, they capture a moment of playful activities of a family or children taking place in natural places. The treatment of these images traced and painted on Mylar makes these moments seem like a thing of the past.
This exhibition is an invitation to travel, offering spectators the possibility of projecting themselves into representations of nature. The inkblot drawings invite them to exercise their interpretative and creative subjectivity; they are in dialogue with the ceramic sculptures which evoke an entomological universe. The Art Center is open from Thursday to Monday during this period.
Inspired by photographs of individuals who lived in the 1940s and 1950s, Mance Lanctôt created portraits of people posing in front of a space made of plant forms. Their clothes are composed of decorative patterns made with the processes of the traditional technique of beadwork. It thus gives them a new presence or a new […]