ce qui du monde se prélève permet à l’œil de s’ouvrir

Author: Collectif 20

Artists: Maude Arès, Amélie Proulx, Giorgia Volpe, Shabnam Zeraati

Publishing date: 20 avril 2020
Category: virtual exhibition catalogue
27 p., colour illustrations
French text
Graphic design: Roxanne Thibert

ce qui du monde se prélève permet à l’œil de s’ouvrir is an exhibition created by Collectif 20, which brings together artists Maude Arès, Amélie Proulx, Giorgia Volpe and Shabnam Zeraati. Each of their work questions the bonds between different forms of living and non-living. Their sensitive practices that focus on fragility explore a variety of approaches: creating micro-universes that act as isolated and precarious ecosystems, combining hybrid forms that enact scenes of various morphologies of the living, or creating forms that attest to the ever-changing construction of identities through their occupation of space.

The digital exhibition catalogue ce qui du monde se prélève permet à l’œil de s’ouvrir contains a curatorial essay, texts on the works and practices of Maude Arès, Amélie Proulx, Giorgia Volpe and Shabnam Zeraati, as well as contemplative questions meant to frame the photographic reproductions of the works and a poem by Shabnam Zeraati.

Curators

Collectif 20 is a group of 19 students from UQAM’s Département d’histoire de l’art that constitute a curatorial collective alongside Véronique Leblanc, lecturer and curator, as part of the Organisation d’une exposition class.

Members of Collectif 20: Salam Abi Raad, Galadriel Avon, Camille Bourgeois, Florence Brissette, Daphnée Cardinal, Charlotte Dion-Gagnon, Marie-Hélène Durocher, Charline Giroud, Axelle Chevalier-Héroux, Camila Kurte-Casanova, Tess Lamy, Béatrice Larochelle, Mylène Landry, Véronique Leblanc, Carla Mathias De Simone, Nicolas Maheu, Julien Mau, Valérie Patry, Rachida Said, Jonathan Tourangeau

 

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