La fragilité du toujours
January 22 to March 6, 2011
Thèrese Chabot lives in the Montérégie region of Quebec and is best known for her large, ephemeral installations of colourful dried flowers. In addition to the flowers in these installations, Chabot uses a variety of techniques in her work, including writing, drawing, engraving and photography. More recently, she has re-introduced sculpture to her work, this time employing white porcelain. Her work makes abundant reference to art history, with a touch of poetry and humour. This exhibition of Chabot's work at EXPRESSION covers her thirty-year career and takes up the themes most dear to her, including the search for identity, spiritual quests, the life cycle, the beauty cycle and ageing.
Public talk by Thérèse Chabot on Saturday 22 January at 2:00 pm.
Opening on Saturday 22 January at 3:00 pm.