This first fully illustrated book on Olivia Boudreau's work includes in-depth essays addressing questions of temporality, materiality and reception in her practice by art historians Christine Ross and Eduardo Ralickas and also an extensive interview with the artist by curator Michèle Thériault.
Since 2004, Québec artist Olivia Boudreau (born 1975, lives and works in Montreal) has developed a body of work in performance-based video that explores notions of the visible through duration and repetition. Working with the long take, a tight frame and an economy of movement, and more recently narrative interaction, her installations and live performances provide a riveting temporal and perceptual experience for the public.
Edited by Michèle Thériault.
Texts by Eduardo Ralickas and Christine Ross; interview by Michèle Thériault.
Graphic design by Feed.
published in December 2014
bilingual edition (English / French)
18,5 x 25,5 cm (softcover)
240 pages (color ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-920394-94-0
EAN : 9782920394940