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Originally from Rawdon, Moe Piuze has presented his artistic work in America and Europe, notably at the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art, the Art Museum of the University of Bogota and the Casablanca International Video Art Festival. He studied visual and media arts at Laval University and at the University of Quebec in Montreal. Since 2018, he has been creating assemblages that allow him to question the constant need to cobble together an identity. The exhibition thus takes a humorous look at the intimate and emotional aspect of two united themes: the house and the body. By fashioning dolls, the artist questions the life of a couple and the difficulty of being a son, a brother, a father, a husband all at the same time. Imaginary characters are thus constructed from materials found in the same domestic territory, such as old clothes, a sheet of car, photographs of a cemetery or a half-demolished barn.
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