Véronique Duplain is a multidisciplinary artist who notably made herself known thanks to her #SelfieProject, which began on Monday 1er February, Sat 8e editing.
The concept is as follows: for a month, that is the whole of February, she will publish on social networks one self-portrait per day.
The Arsenal contemporary art, in Griffintown, welcomes him for 28 days in order to carry out his project. We are here far from selfies ordinary, because the photographer presents her vision which combines humor and social criticism in fictitious paintings with a striking aesthetic sense.
Obviously, the current pandemic situation, as well as its adverse effects, such as containment, will undoubtedly be on the agenda, as in the first photo released on Monday, showing her sitting in front of a screen, taking root.
The challenge Mme Duplain is huge, because it is behind each production step for each photo: the original idea, the scenographic development, the digital retouching, the set-up of the sets and sometimes even the creation of the costumes, right up to the video capsules giving access to the behind the scenes of creation, all with the help of just a few assistants, depending on the clichés.
You can discover the new photo every day around 7 p.m., on his Facebook or Instagram pages.
> Consult Véronique Duplain’s Facebook page
> Consult Véronique Duplain’s Instagram account