Fany RodrigueMontreal, Canada
Fany Rodrigue lives and works in Montreal.
She completed a BFA in Visual Art at Concordia University in 2018 with great distinction. As a feminist and a multidisciplinary artist, she is particularly interested in the body envelope as the boundary between intimate and social representation. In 2018, she won two public art competitions, including Misty Valley, a permanent park that will take place in Griffintown (2021).
Rodrigue’s work revolves around installations, performances and sculptures. Body prints, clothing, domestic objects and interactivity are elements she uses to speak about social issues, such as feminism.
About the artwork
The Fannies (since 2019)
The Fannies is a collaboration of two artists who question the construction of women’s identity and biology.
COME MEET THE ARTIST
CENTRE DE COMMERCE MONDIAL DE MONTRÉAL
747 Rue du Square-Victoria
Entrance St. Jacques West, Room 145
Photo : Camille Dubuc