Andrée-Anne Dupuis-Bourret – Proliferations
Apr. 19 – May 28, 2014
Proliferations explores new modes of spatial occupation for the printed surface, questioning the way in which tools, interfaces, and devices change our perceptions of the world.
Read the exhibition essay by Gloria Hickey.
Artist talk + Opening reception: April 19th at 7pm
About the artist:
Andrée-Anne Dupuis-Bourret’s work is a reflection on perception and space. Her projects take on various forms: site-specific installations, paper works, and artist publications. After receiving the Gold Medal of the Governor General of Canada for her master thesis project in 2011, Dupuis-Bourret is currently working on her PhD which explores print art installation at University of Quebec in Montreal. Dupuis-Bourret has presented her work across Canada and abroad including the United-States, Israel, and Australia.
Posted April 19, 2014