"It is with hope and utopia that I present to you my art, my poetry and my madness."
“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”
Where I come from
I come from a piece of land in northern America, borrowed from the First Nations, colonized by France in 1608, followed by a long British domination after the conquest of 1760. The art and culture of Quebec represent a complex fusion where protecting the French language becomes a crucial factor in the development of our distinct national identity. Today, as a province of Canada, Quebec shines with its cultural, culinary, linguistic, and artistic diversity
Be a artist
I have always been creative. I enjoyed dreaming of imaginary realms like Peter Pan, Narnia, and Alice in Wonderland. From building pyramids with Legos to theater and photography, I eventually ventured into the realm of visual art. I had the opportunity to work and engage with cultural venues and professional exhibition spaces
Be a citizen
Art is also a commitment to society. It is having opinions, ideas and defending them. To live it I believed in youth, by getting involved in youth forums and the development of citizenship. I have led boards of non-profit organizations. To help my community move forward. Some of my works are vehicles for messages, cries of despair or appeals to our humanity. Art is a liberation and an opening on his soul.
Refus Global - 1948
"We refuse to live on our knees, to submit to stifling dogmas and prejudices that suffocate our creativity and freedom. We refuse to be mere puppets in the theater of conformity. We demand the right to be fully ourselves, to let our minds soar and our hearts burn with an unquenchable passion." Lien wiki