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Ève K Tremblay

Solo Exhibition
Meadowlands, Tales & Rocks

Wednesday, June 27, 2018


Curated with Zeljka Himbele

The exhibited works trace imaginary landscapes at the crossroads of personal stories, scientific theories, and tales of the Meadowlands, the transformed NJ swamps west of Manhattan, at the limit of which I lived for 7 years. Miniature figures of girls and women navigate unreal geographies. The ceramics installations cultivate temporary symbiotic relationships with the drawings in the gallery space. Beyond that point, their paths draw independent lines.The groups scatter. - Ève K. Tremblay, June 2018

Les oeuvres exposées forment des paysages imaginaires à la croisée de récits personnels, de théories scientifiques, et d'histoires des Meadowlands, ces marais transformés du NJ à l'ouest de Manhattan, à la limite desquels j'ai vécu pendant 7 ans. En miniatures, des figures de filles et de femmes circulent dans des géographies irréelles. Les installations de céramiques cultivent des rapports symbiotiques temporaires avec les dessins dans les espaces de galeries ou de l'atelier. Au-delà de ces points, leurs chemins tracent des lignes indépendantes. Les groupes se dispersent. - Ève K. Tremblay, June 2018

Visits by appointment also available June 27–28

Ève K. Tremblay grew up between Val-David and Montreal. After studying French literature at the University of Montreal, she attended The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater in New York in 1994-1995. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Visual Arts with a major in photography from Concordia University in Montreal. Over the last fifteen years, she has lived and worked in Montreal, Berlin, New York and has participated in numerous residencies artists such as IAAB (Basel), CEAAC (Strasbourg) and Residency Unlimited (New York). Often photographic, her multidisciplinary works explore narration and portray characters most often female. Her works have been widely circulated and exhibited solo, including the first at Occurrence (Montreal) in 2000, and in group, including the National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec, the Bergen Kunsthall in Norway, the Kunstraum Kreuzberg in Germany, the Quebec Triennial at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Montreal, the Prague Biennial, Momentum 7 - the Nordic Biennale, and at the Musée d'art contemporain des Laurentides.