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2015  Artist-in-Residence
 

APRIL
Carole Conan
I was born in Douarnenez, France, on March 3rd 1984. Sailing, colour pencils and pastels took up most of my childhood, but after my A level I enter Merchant Navy School of Marseille. I got my certification of merchant navy officer in 2006 and then I reconnect with my pastels box on board Rara Avis around the Atlantic ocean. During eight months, navigation and drawing take up most of my days. In 2008, I moved to Tromso, Norway, to work on a tugboat and paint this fascinating country.

Since 2010, I decided not to embark anymore and I set up in Brest as an artist, working full time with gouache and linogravure.
In 2012, I was selected to show my art work at Palais de Chaillot, the National Maritime museum in Paris
www.caroleconan.com

MAY            
Hélène Latulippe  

Hélène Latulippe was born in Quebec.  She lives and works in Montreal. She studied in Montreal industrial design at the Institut des Arts appliqués and she holds a BFA from at Concordia University (2012). 

Since, her work have been showed in Canada. She received grands from McGill university in Montreal and from the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Quebec.  She will be part of the 9th Biennale internationale d'estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivières (Quebec) in June. Next fall, she will be presenting her work in 2 simultaneous solo exhibitions in Montreal and Trois-Rivières (Quebec) 

Her work sheds light on Man’s passage. Hunting down remnants of memory, she reshapes them, reorganizes them to bring an emotion to the surface with which the viewer can identify. Responding to her own attraction to materials, big formats and her love for leaving marks, she molds her vocabulary after a simple shape, a solid color and a process based on the repetition of gesture.
http://helene-latulippe.blogspot.ca
Hélène Latulippe wishes to thank the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec for its financial support

 

 

 

 

 

JULY        
Caroline Boileau
Born in Montreal (Quebec) in 1970, lives in Montreal
Caroline Boileau is pursuing a reflection on the body and health through a practice combining performance, drawing, video and installation. She delves into the various ways in which one can inhabit, depict and talk about the body.

Since 1995, she has participated in residencies in Canada and in Europe. Her work has been presented in exhibitions in Canada, USA, Belgium, Spain, Austria, Finland and Brazil. She holds an MFA from Concordia University. Her work in drawing is represented by Espace Robert Poulin in Montréal and her work in video by GIV (Groupe intervention vidéo). She is a member of the Regroupement des arts interdisciplinaires du Québec (RAIQ).

Recently, she presented Mapping the Self as part of the workshops Are you allergic to the 21st Century? accompanying the exhibition Imperfect Health – The Medicalization of Architecture at the CCA (March-April 2012); a public intervention project in the Médéric-Martin Park, ACUTIS, as part of Occurrences estivales presented by Péristyle Nomade (July 2013) and Ellipsis, a series of performances at the Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery (December 2013). In 2014, she presented the installation Les envolées as part of Colis suspect at the Iles-de-la-Madeleine airport (Centre Admare) as well as the performance L’incubateur à textes et à dessins in conjunction with the events De part et d’autre de la baie vitrée organized by Folie culture (Quebec City) and the Performance Art Festival at the City Library (Salt Lake City, Utah). During the month of July 2015, she will be artist-in-residence at the Prima Ink Centre in Tromso, Norway.
www.carolineboileau.com
Caroline Boileau  wishes to thank the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec for its financial support

 

 

 

 

 

 





JULY
Stéphane Gilot
A native of Belgium, Stéphane Gilot has lived and worked in Montreal since 1996. He holds an MA in visual and media arts from the University of Québec in Montreal. Gilot’s hybrid constructions and imaginary locales invite us to take part in an array of situations. Dubbed “plans d’évasions”, these constructions are a set of autonomous units that contribute to the construction of the “performative city,” an on-going and evolving project. The presentation of these structures—drawings, watercolors, models, shelters, video components—betray a marked interest in the social organization of cities, in our behavioural habits, and in a reconsidered anthropology of habitat. His architectural installations and video performances have been shown extensively in Canada and abroad (Belgium, France, Germany, USA, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Serbia, Spain, Finland and Brazil). Notable solo exhibitions include The Performative City at Optica Gallery, Montreal in 2010 and Quebec City Museum of Fine Art in 2012; Multiversity at the Uqam Gallery, Montreal in 2012; La Station, presented at Oboro, Montreal in 2006; Videogame, at Paul Petro Contemporary Art, Toronto in 2005; Foire d’empoigne, at 251 Nord, Liège, Belgium in 2003; and Libre arbitre, at the Contemporary Art Museum of Montreal in 2001. His work as been shown in institutions like the Morris and Helen Belkin Downtown Gallery of Vancouver in 2002, the Canada House of London (U.K.) in 2003; the Transmediale of Berlin in 2006, the Flux Factory of New York in 2007, the Model Arts and Niland Gallery (Sligo, Ireland, 2009) and his work was part of the first triennial of contemporary art from Quebec at the Contemporary Art Museum of Montreal in 2008. 

www.stephanegilot.com

 

 

NOVEMBER
Isadora Cuéllar
Visual artist. She lives and works in Mexico City. She studied a Bachelor in Visual Arts at the National School of Visual Arts (ENAP-UNAM, Mexico) with specialization in sculpture and a Masters in Visual Arts at San Carlos Academy (ENAP-UNAM) with specialization in graphics
She has had nine solo exhibitions in museums and galleries in Mexico City and other states of the country. She has participated in over 35 collective exhibitions in Mexico and abroad. She received Grant for Young Creators 2011-2012 FONCA (Mexico).
Her work has won several awards, among them:

2nd place. Art 40, Mexico City, 2010.

1st place. Contemporary Ceramics "4th Tonallan National Ceramics

Competition", Tonala, Jalisco, Mexico, 2009.

1st place. Sculpture "Fifth Biennial of Painting and Sculpture of the
Southeast". Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico 2007.

She has participated in several artistic residencies among the most relevant: Artistic residency in ceramics with a final exhibition and lectures. Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, USA, 2015.

Artistic residence and delivery of three workshops in Red Star Studios and

Belger Arts Center, Kansas City, MO, USA, 2013.

Artistic residence Gruber Foundation with Gerda Gruber. Cholul, Yucatán,

Mexico, 2010 and 2013.

Artistic Residency at Banff Centre. Banff, Alberta, Canada, 2006

For every internal structure of human beings is a changing structure, that has the ability to renew itself and has a close relationship with its environment; always with a reference and a connection to a larger structure, generating direct connections, which relate and feed each other in a continuous and infinite movement. With her work she seeks to promote reflection on particular aspects of the human-nature interaction, since witnessing and experiencing nature will lead to reconnect with ones spiritual nature, remembering that one is part of it, as one is part of a society.

This will be decisive in our influence for changes that will occur in the ecosystem, society and on yourself. 
www.isadoracuellar.blogspot.no