In spite of all the uncertainty, I am planning several exciting projects for the coming year. The last two years have shown us that we are capable of great changes in our lives and habits and this gives me hope.
In the summer of 2021, I went to the park with artists Samuel Choisy and Kaylee Meyer to show our work in the outdoors. The beautiful weather was with us and it was such a great experience to interact with people of all ages about our work!
From Friday to Sunday, August 13 - 15, I will be setting up a mobile exhibition at Kew Gardens Park near the beach! You will see works of art in high definition by myself, as well as the works of Samuel Choisy (on Friday 13) and other guest artists. For several years prior to the pandemic, I have been exhibiting regularly. My perseverance was paying off and my work was beginning to attract collectors, but since the confinement, this momentum has been abruptly halted. Showing visual arts in the virtual space is challenging. It feels like being drowned in a...
Katia Café-Fébrissy has always been a writer. Writing is the medium that comes most naturally to express herself. She never imagined that it would lead her to film directing, but this path was destined for her.
During the months of February through May 2021, I compiled 100 drawings of waste. I was already aware of the amount of waste we produce, but I became even more aware of the complex challenges that waste represents.