Embrasements

JEAN-PHILIPPE ROY

Embrasements

  • Exhibition
© Jean-Philippe Roy, Embrasements, 2011, Galerie B-312—Photo: Paul Litherland

Jean-Philippe Roy holds a Master’s degree in Visual Arts from Université Laval (2006). He has presented his work at Langage Plus (Alma, 2007), Caravansérail (Rimouski, 2007) and l’Œil de Poisson (Québec, 2006). He also has participated in the Confluences exhibition, curated by Bernard Lamarche and presented at Maison de la culture Côte-des-Neiges (2009), and Traverses at Musée régional de Rimouski (2011).

11 February 2011 to 12 March 2011

—Opening, Friday, February 11, 2011, AT 5 PM

 

The exhibition Embrasements by Jean-Philippe Roy brings together sculptures made out of wooden beams, metal pedestals and carved wood. Some of them seem to come from construction sites while others refer more to the field of crafts. The small-scale interventions and the massive forms encourage the viewer to move to and away from the sculptures to better experience them.

—Summary of a text by Mathieu Ménard