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Art NOW Series: Marc Dulude
Noon, November 27, 2019
University Recital Hall
Free admission, everyone welcome!
In this presentation, Marc Dulude discusses some of his recent artistic work. His playful performative sculptures, videos, and photographs invite viewers to (re)think nature itself and challenge our perception of it—it is not strictly about representing trees and lakes, but about showing a different way of immersing ourselves in and relating to an environment.
Marc Dulude lives and works in Montreal. His multidisciplinary artistic practice includes installations, sculptures, land art and photography. He holds both bachelor and masters degrees from the University of Quebec in Chicoutimi. Active as a visual artist since 1999, Dulude has presented his artworks in numerous individual exhibits in Québec, France, and Calgary. He has also participated in various artistic events and social projects in Canada, the United States, Niger, France and Scotland. Dulude has received many grants from the Conseil des Arts et Lettres du Québec and the Canada Council for the Arts. In 2005, he represented Quebec in the 5th Jeux de la Francophonie in Niger. His public sculptures can be found in public spaces throughout Montreal, in the Mascouche train station, in the Olympic Stadium, in the CHU hospital, and recently, "Migratory Gift" was installed at Henderson Park in Lethbridge, Alberta.
Art NOW wishes to thank the City of Lethbridge Public Art Program for their support and collaboration in making Marc Dulude's visit and presentation possible.