Raphaëlle de Groot
Raphaëlle de Groot / Entre mer et terre / Momenta | Biennale de l'image in Montreal / Occurrence, 5455 de Gaspé Avenue, room 108, Montréal, Québec / 7 September – 19 October 2019

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We’re glad to share a new project by Raphaëlle de Groot at Momenta | Biennale de l’image in Montreal.
In the exhibition Entre mer et terre, Raphaëlle de Groot fashions the second phase of an artistic experiment that began during her stay in Minganie in 2016 and 2017. Through an installative form, de Groot metaphorically engages the figure of the archipelago, as the installation is articulated around the plurality of voices heard in Minganie (Innu, Paspéya, and Cayen communities). Displaying various objects and images, she delves into the often-invisible relationships between human, cultural, or identity contexts and the material world. Here, she examines materiality: the printed image proves to be a malleable object that can be cut up, sewn, folded and unfolded, worn down, installed, and spread out in space. Building bridges between the living and the non-living, de Groot reconfigures our connection to the world, weaving a material and sensitive archipelago out of relationships that are as essential as they are invisible.

Location: Occurrence, 5455 de Gaspé Avenue, room 108, Montréal, Québec
Dates: 7 September – 19 October 2019
More info: https://www.momentabiennale.com/en/artist/raphaelle-de-groot/ 
http://occurrence.ca/momenta-x-occurrence-2/

 


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Raphaëlle de Groot
Raphaëlle de Groot
Entre mer et terre
Momenta | Biennale de l'image in Montreal
Occurrence, 5455 de Gaspé Avenue, room 108, Montréal, Québec
7 September – 19 October 2019

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