Public Art

Building blocks (competition finalist)

My finalist proposal for a public art installation in front of the Saint-Germaine public library in Saint-Hyacinthe, part of the cultural development initiative, Le Pôle culturel , of Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec. Using the metaphor of a child playing with building blocks, the artwork highlights the reinvention and multiple identities of the city.

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Du nouveau via l’ancien

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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24 jours avant – Cathédrale Saint-Jean-l’Évangeliste

A video mapping project that took place inside the St-Jean-l’Évangéliste cathedral in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC. The project was done in collaboration with the artist collective La Cargaison.