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I wish to share my love of image-making with people, hoping to make a connection with those who recognize something of the texture of their own lives in what they see here. 

Updated: Apr 2

Event: Vernissage and book launch: Prism Schism

Time: Saturday March 30, 2024, from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Exhibition: March 31, April 6, 7, 13, 14, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Space: HANGAR 7826 in Montreal

From March 30 to April 14, 2024, HANGAR 7826 presents Prism Schism, a multifaceted world-building art project by Montreal artist Frank Mulvey. The exhibition consists of drawings, artifacts, an artist book and a looping video with an original musical soundtrack by composer Alexander MacSween. It can serve as a comparative model through which to evaluate today’s growing wave of intolerance towards diversity and increasing animosity towards people who see the world differently.

I am grateful to Gilles Tarabiscuité, the initiator of HANGAR 7826, for trusting me with the Prism Schism project at his gallery.

Event: Launch party for Yolk, Volume 3.2

Time: Friday, February 9th, 2024 from 7:30pm to 11:00pm

Space: De Stiil Booksellers, 351 Duluth Ave E, Montreal, Quebec, H2W 1J3, Montreal

Thanks to the  @yolkliterary editorial team for the inclusion of my drawing Vivre in issue 3.2. The theme underlying all literary and art content for this winter is solastalgia, which refers to the existential distress brought on by environmental change. In his foreword to the publication, Editor-in-Chief Curtis John McRae writes of desperation and hope combined, a state of mind which I think many people can justifiably relate to.

Updated: Feb 26

Event: Vernissage of the Éphémères imaginaires exhibition

Time: January 21 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

Exhibition: from Janvier 21 to March 26, 2023

Space: Maison de la culture Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

3755, Botrel street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Éphémères imaginaires is a drawing exhibition that extends across varied surfaces, materials, and genres to explore the transitory nature of our humanity. The artworks are enveloped by a soundscape, layering visual and auditory experience. Giuseppe Di Leo and I curated this project, and we are joined by artists Lorraine Dagenais, Emy Gagnon Gélinas, Véronique La Perrière M, Francesca Penserini, and composer Alexander MacSween. In an introductory essay for the exhibition catalogue, writer and artist Victoria LeBlanc reflects on the significance of Éphémères imaginaires. We invite you to visit this experimental confluence where visual phenomena and acoustic space mingle for an interval in time.

Invitation image: © Emy Gagnon Gélinas, Fluid (detail), 2022

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