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Often photographic, Eve K. Tremblay's multidisciplinary works give way to contemplation and astonishment as well as to the fragmented forms of narration, memory, and consciousness.  Greenhouses, gardens, laboratories, real or imaginary landscapes, allow encounters between often feminine figures and elements. Of late, pyrometric cones and small ceramic sculptures come together at the crossroads of personal narratives, fictions, and reinvented landscapes on the outskirts of towns, villages, and water bodies where she has lived. Installations in gallery spaces cultivate temporary symbiotic relationships and then disperse over time.  The works bear witness to rituals and meditative spaces envisioned to decant the world.

 

Eve K. Tremblay is a photographer and multidisciplinary artist born near Val-David, in Les Laurentides. After studying literature at the Université de Montréal (1991-1992) and theater at Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater in New York (1994-1995), Eve K. obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with major in photography from Concordia University (1997-2000) in Montreal. She proposes a poetic and narrative approach on the border of the real and the imaginary mixing autobiographical, literary, and scientific references and metaphors. Since 2000, Eve K. shared her time between Montreal, Berlin, New York, NJ, Val-David, and recently Plattsburgh, NY. Her works have been widely published and reviewed, notably in the New York Times, Art Forum, Border Crossings, Le Devoir, and exhibited at the MNBAQ, Bergen Kunsthall (NO), Kunstraum Kreuzberg (DE), Kunstverein Wolfsburg, MACM, LAU MAC, MACVAL, the Prague Biennial, The Momentum Nordic Biennial 7 (NO), Petach Tikva Museum of Art, UWAG, SAAG, Owens Art Gallery, Leonard Bina Ellen Art Gallery. Her works are found, among others, in the collections of the MAC of Montreal and the MNBAQ in Quebec City. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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