Mooring Artist Jacynthe Carrier composes performative scenes where the body and space meet. Through a practice associating the living with the image, she observes our relationships with the environment, with the other, with our ways of inhabiting, creating and belonging. In her practice she invites ephemeral communities that she composes to occupy places through different forms of presence, physical as well as symbolic. In response to the many ways of inhabiting the territory, and whether they stem from a more everyday formula or refer to the history of places or to the fragility of our environments, the artist’s performative scenes...
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