Du nouveau via l’ancien

Du nouveau via l’ancien is the result of a research and creation project based around the B.J. Hébert Studio archive held at the Saint-Hyacinthe Historic Society. Presented in the chapel of the monastery of the Sœurs Adoratrices du Précieux-Sang, in Saint-Hyacinthe, this video mapping projection is inspired by its context – the mural art of the chapel. A collage of images taken from the B.J. Hébert collection and illustrations inspired by my research were projected onto the ceiling of the chapel in the form of a digital fresco. With this mural, I explore ideas around the themes of technology and creativity.

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Post-Monumental explores themes of peace and conflict through the shared histories evoked by monuments. The project is made up of three parts: a series of postcards, a mail art performance and a gallery installation presented at the BBAM! Gallery (December 3, 2022, to January 13, 2023).

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The Rokeby Distance Drawing Course

As Artist and Residence at the Rokeby Museum, I developed a new series of work that explores, activates, and shares the letters from a 19th century drawing course and the artistic journey of its student – a young woman who went on to become a pioneering female illustrator.

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Self-Portrait, Step 2, graphite on paper, 2020, Rokeby Distance Drawing Course, Week 5


Selfie is a series of drawings and paintings created between 2018 and 2020. The series bridges the historic practice of portrait art with contemporary selfie culture.

#Throw Back Thursday, Oil on Canvas, 2018-2019