When I designed this embroidery (Hope Sweet Hope) in 2021, I had no idea it would still be relevant at this time. The pandemic is not over and humanity has other big crises to face. The last two years have shown us that we are capable of great changes in our lives and habits. This gives me hope.
2021 was better than the previous year. It is therefore with renewed hope that I begin the new year despite the uncertain start. I would also like to thank all those who are contributing their creativity to the change we so profoundly need in this world!
In spite of everything, I am planning several exciting projects for the coming year. The above work is part of a solo exhibition titled Au fil des connexions / Over Connections presented at La Maison des artistes visuels francophones in Winnipeg from January to March. I am also proud to announce that my project Protest Masks will be exhibited at the Galt Museum in Lethbridge (Sikóóhkotok) from January to April. In addition, two curated projects are getting ready to launch, including the virtual tour of La 3e langue / The Third Tongue in February, and I will keep you posted on other projects in the coming months.
Hope Sweet Hope / En confinement
2021 | 10”x10” | 25.5 x 25.5 cm
This artwork is part of the exhibition at La Maison des artistes visuels francophones and will be available for sale after March 2022.