Nébuleuses urbaines - Mont-Royal by François Quévillon
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Archival inkjet print
Signed, titled, dated, and editioned by artist on label au verso
Signed certificate of authenticity.
Edition of 5 + 1 AP
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Montreal-based artist François Quévillon examines the interactions among environmental changes, societal issues, and technological developments. In his practice, he explores the phenomena of the world and perception by the implementation of processes sensitive to their fluctuations and to the interference of contextual elements. His work addresses planetary changes as well as those affecting contemporary media, such as the relations between algorithms and images (photogrammetry, computer vision and other forms of computational photography).
Frequently developed during artist residencies, François Quévillon’s work has been presented internationally over the last two decades at exhibitions and events dedicated to contemporary art, cinema, and digital creation. Among them : Connecting the Dots (Mexico), Sundance’s New Frontier exhibition (Park City), Spaces Under Scrutiny at the Knockdown Center (New York), International Symposium on Electronic Art (Gwangju, Dubaï and Albuquerque), Festival Internacional de Linguagem Eletrônica (São Paulo), IndieBo (Bogotá), LOOP Barcelona, Contemporary Istanbul, Mirage Festival (Lyon), Show Off Paris, Festival de la Imagen (Manizales), European Conference on Computer Vision (Munich), Mois Multi (Québec), NeurIPS, RIDM, Elektra, and International Digital Art Biennal (Montréal). In 2019, he had three solo exhibitions: Manœuvrer l’incontrôlable at Expression, Centre d’exposition de Saint-Hyacinthe (Canada), Conduite algorithmique at Musée d’art de Rouyn-Noranda (Canada), and Gravity at Centro de Cultura Digital (Mexico City, Mexico).