Raw Perspectives

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Short documentary (French) by Verdon-Info on the exhibition “Raw Perspectives” in Thorame-Basse

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Andrée Bélanger is a Québec artist who works with a variety of media in contemporary art. She has now been living in the Verdon Valley (Southern France) for more than two years.

Her new exhibition, “Raw Perspectives”, took shape during an exploration initiated last fall with the project “Perspectives on Reality”, which was carried out for the Mmiam (Intercollegiate Minimalist Museum of Modest Arts) in Digne-les-Bains, France. The artist was then inspired by the views of modern physics on the notion of reality. She has now moved on to a more direct examination of the facts : no theories or interpretations, only raw perspectives. The straightness of her style is now advanced to a minimum, in order to show the core of things, through images where the subject contains both the object and the space which allows it to be, where object and space reveal one another.

The artist is also working on a project attached to a residency on the theme of immigration in Canada, which will take place in Québec City in May 2017. She is therefore preparing an experimental film about her own experience as a foreigner residing in France. To her, one of the most telling aspects of her experience as a foreigner are the questions asked by the French natives met in different situations. Obviously, these moments are almost impossible to catch on the spot for the camera. Hoping to grasp the essence of these questions, the artist has decided to invite the population to “Ask the Canadian” on whatever they are curious about, in a friendly atmosphere fit for frank talking and knowledge sharing.


© 2017 Andrée Bélanger

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