Maryse Arseneault – Sanguine, Terre Brulée, et autres Angoisses
Questioning hidden bloodlines in Acadian ancestry, Sanguine, Terres Brulées, et autres Angoisses investigates post-colonial ailments, notably surrounding the notions of appropriation, identity and territory, initiating dialogue between First Nations and non-First Nations people.
Read the exhibition essay by Sophia Bartholomew.
Opening reception + Artist talk: June 15th at 7pm
About the artist:
Based in Moncton and Montreal, Maryse Arseneault is presently pursuing a master’s program at Concordia University (Print Media). Since 2006 she shares a studio in the Centre culturel Aberdeen (Moncton, NB), volunteering with Galerie Sans Nom and Imago printshop. Twice recipiant of ArtsNB creation grants (2007 and 2011), Arseneault’s recent work includes Une coupe de cheveux pour la fin du monde (Galerie Sans Nom, 2012), Sanguine, Terre brulée et autres angoisses (Galerie d’art Louise-et-Ruben-Cohen 2011, Festival inter-celtique de Lorient 2012, Connexion Gallery 2013), and A flyer for flight (flying workshops in a park near you 2013).