A self-taught artist, Claudie Gagnon’s practice involves reusing and recycling everyday objects, concepts, and canonical works of art, as well as audio and visual influences that are an integral part of our high and popular culture. Marked by their playfulness and poetry, Gagnon’s multidisciplinary practice takes various forms including installation, tableaux vivants, theatrical interventions, video, photography, “food art,” and more.
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Her work has been exhibited in various artist-run centres, museums, and festivals in Quebec and across Canada, as well as in France, Italy, Japan, and China. Her work is collected by the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and Collection Loto-Québec as well as numerous private collections. In recent years, Gagnon has designed art integration projects for architecture and the environment for Le Carré 150 in Victoriaville, the Musée d’art de Joliette, and the Monique-Corriveau library in Quebec City.
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