Guillaume Adjutor Provost, Page 51 (Maude Veilleux), 2018

Guillaume Adjutor Provost holds a Ph.D. in Arts Studies and Practices (UQAM). His research focuses on the notion of curatorial art, namely the use of curatorial approaches as a mode of creation. His recent projects put forward hybrid proposals that borrow from the languages of visual arts, curatorship and literature. Through a certain indeterminism of…

Dominique Sirois, Deux cannibales, 2015

Dominique Sirois lives and works in Montreal, she holds a degree from University of Quebec in Montreal in visual art (MFA 2010). Her practice takes the form of installation involving an interplay of sculptures, videos, sounds and prints. With her projects, Sirois creates mental spaces, semiotic constructions linking economic, aesthetic, archeologic and digital references. Often…

Michael A. Robinson, Corporate Logos, 2017

Michael A. Robinson teaches sculpture and drawing at UQAM’s Department of Visual and Media Arts (2004-present) and recently as full-time Artist in Residence at Concordia University (MFA Sculpture, 2016-2017). He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University (Montréal), and a Masters of Fine Arts from Université de Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris). Michael…

Michel Saulnier, L’atelier jouet, 2001

Sculptor and engraver Michel Saulnier holds a BA and an MA in art history. His installations comprise simplified forms vaguely reminiscent of those found in nature (leaves, birds); shown both indoors and outdoors, they are often displayed in public gardens and are adapted in theme and presentation according to the site. Symbols of childhood, however,…

Cozic, Ptérodactylus Lachinae, 2001

Carrying on the legacy of both Pop Art and Russian Constructivism traditions, Cozic, a duo composed of Monic Brassard and Yvon Cozic, abandon so-called “noble” materials in favour of those regularly found in consumer society, creating works that are often tinged with a popular and humorous connotation. They adopted the name “Cozic” in the late…

Pierre Granche, Comme si le temps, de la rue, 1992

After attending the École des beaux-arts de Montréal, Pierre Granche completed a Brevet spécialisé en enseignement des arts plastiques (diploma in visual arts education) and a Diplôme d’Études Approfondies (DEA) in visual arts at Université Paris 8 (1976-1977). In addition to teaching, he served as an expert in study committees regarding the integration of art…