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Elisabeth Belliveau
if found – return to me
January 11th to February 16th, 2013

The first show of the new year will open on January 11th, 2013, and feature the works of Elisabeth Belliveau.

If found -return to me is an exhibition of new drawing, writing and video work. Through observation, recording and collecting, narrative fragments surface between countries and people. Both poetic and playful,  the exhibition unfolds as an expanded sketchbook or journal.  Founded in creative writing practice, Elisabeth’s work employs sculpture and drawing strategies to explore the relationship between biography and place.

As a whole the exhibition shapes a dialogue surrounding interdisciplinary practice, exhibition strategies for video projection and approaches to story telling. These new works set out to expand the possibilities of narrative and form as they relate to imagery; weaving text, sound and time.
You can see some images from the opening reception, and her walkthrough / talk about the show here.

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Elisabeth Belliveau is an interdisciplinary artist and published author of three graphic novels. Her work has been screened and exhibited internationally including venues in Cuba, Berlin, London, The Czech Republic, Sweden and across North America. She has attended residencies including Banff Centre, Women’s Studio Workshop NY and the National Film Board of Canada among others. Her work has been supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The New York State Council on the Arts, Canada Council for the Arts and Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec. Belliveau completed a BFA at Alberta College of Art and Design and an MFA at Concordia University in Montréal where she was awarded the William Blair Brucebo Scholarship in 2009.
You can see more of her work here and see her blog here.

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