Olivia Boudreau

Born: Saint-Hyacinthe, Canada
Lives: Montreal, Canada

Olivia Boudreau's work is grounded in a reflection on the image, presence, intimacy, experience and perception. Using discreet installation devices, her video or film sequences present everyday scenes that evolve as entities with their own specific logic and temporality. Their minimalist narrative framework gives way to an experience of duration that prompts contemplation and engages spectator's skills of perception. Despite the slow pace, inaction or repetition, the slight changes, micro transformations and variations become perceptible, thereby multiplying the possibilities of perception and interpretation of the story that is unfolding.

Olivia Boudreau's work appeared in several recent exhibitions in Canada. She holds a Master's degree in visual and media arts from University of Quebec in Montreal and is currently carrying out a three year creative residency at the Darling Foundry in Montreal. Her work is presently included in The Quebec Triennial 2011.

Education

2009
  • Master, Media and Visual arts
    UQAM, Montreal, Canada

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2011
2010
2009
2007

Selected Group Exhibitions

2011
2010
2007

Selected Collections


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