Piñatas, les misanthropes
Guillaume Brisson-Darveau lives in Montreal and holds a master's degree in visual arts from Université Laval (Québec). His work has been presented in Canada, Switzerland, Scotland and Japan, as well as in collaboration in Montreal (Arprim 2012 and Diagonale 2013), and in Toronto (Open Studio 2014). He has participated in numerous artists residencies in Canada and abroad, including East-Northeast (2016), Center Sagamie (2016), Kala Art Institute in the United States (2016) and the Banff Center (2015).
Artistic project : Piñatas, les misanthropes
In the Piñatas installation, the misanthropes, two human-sized bears, clasp strangely in what seems to be a struggle or a hug. On the floor rests a stick and hundreds of packages of candy, remnants of what was a worrying party or a joyous carnage.
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