One-Eyed Rab­bit at The Fore­man Art Gallery

Stanstead Journal - - AROUND TOWN - Sher­brooke Len­noxville


Dur­ing the open­ing of One-Eyed Rab­bit, the Fore­man Art Gallery will open the Com­mu­nity Art Lab for a mask-mak­ing work­shop. Dur­ing this work­shop chil­dren and adults are in­vited to use their imag­i­na­tion and the ma­te­ri­als avail­able to cre­ate a per­son­al­ized mask. Feel free to stop by any time be­tween noon and 2 pm. Artist Bi­og­ra­phy

Jonathan Plante (b. 1976) lives and works in Mon­treal, where he earned a Bach­e­lor’s de­gree in In­ter­dis­ci­pli­nary Stud­ies from Con­cor­dia Univer­sity. He works mainly with mul­ti­dis­ci­plinary in­stal­la­tions and stud­ies ques­tions of pres­ence by ex­plor­ing dif­fer­ent im­age states as they tran­si­tion from work to doc­u­ment. In 2008, he made a name for him­self in Mon­treal at the 1st Que­bec Tri­en­nale, or­ga­nized by the Musée d’art con­tem­po­rain de Mon­tréal. In 2010 and 2011, his works were fea­tured in two ex­hi­bi­tions: Palin­drome at the Musée d’art con­tem­po­rain des Lau­ren­tides and Par­al­laxe at the Ga­lerie Di­vi­sion. In 2012, he took part in the Sym­po­sium in­ter­na­tional d’art con­tem­po­rain de Baie-Saint-Paul. The artist pre­sented Lap­in­cy­c­lope for the first time in 2013 at VOX, cen­tre de l’im­age con­tem­po­raine, then at the Musée d’art de Joli­ette. In 2014, he pre­sented a solo exhibition at the Ga­lerie Hugues Char­bon­neau. His works can be found in both pri­vate and pub­lic col­lec­tions. / Free En­trance: Tues­day to Satur­day, from 12 noon to 5:00 pm and all evenings of pre­sen­ta­tion at Cen­ten­nial Theatre.

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