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Patrice Coulombe & Caroline Gagné

September 5 to October 5, 2008
Wednesday to Sunday, 12pm to 5pm
550, côte d'Abraham, Quebec City
Friday, September 5 2008, 5pm

About the Artist

About the Exhibition


Patrice Coulombe & Caroline Côté

Patrice Coulombe works in sound art, sound performance and multi-media installations. He studied electro-acoustic composition at the Université de Montréal and the Conservatoire de musique du Québec. His solo or group works join the sounds of traditional instruments with electronic elements and have been heard since 2003 at the SAT, the Festival des Musiques Improvisées and Action Diffusion Nomade. À travers les mots passe le jour was performed with Myléna Bergeron at La chambre blanche in Quebec City in 2006. Patrice Coulombe teaches technological art at Studio XX and lives in Montreal.

Caroline Gagné is an installation and new media artist who lives and works in Quebec City. In addition to her involvement in Quebec's artist-run centres, her work has been seen in numerous exhibitions both at home and abroad, including Périphéries: Québec, Zagreb, Sarajevo (Zagreb, 2002), Trafic (Rouyn-Noranda, 2005), Manif d'art 3 (Quebec City, 2005), Cités invisibles (Montreal, 2006) and Arte de Québec en La Habana (Havana, 2008). She has also taken up several production residencies, in particular at 3e impérial in Granby, Cyprès in Marseille and AdMare in Îles-de-la-Madeleine.

Caroline Gagné and Patrice Coulombe share a sensibility for space and the adjacent territories of sound and image. In 2007, they created the work Ligne de flottaison together for Paysage laboratoire - Landscape Laboratories, a special project organised by DAÏMÕN in Gatineau.

Ligne de flottaison

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