Jam Boisvert is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist who has produced many works since 1973 that illustrate the evolution of man in modern society. Among these works are sculptures, bas-reliefs, drawings and paintings, as well as installation-performances and videos. In 1988, he exhibited L’homme et la ville (“man and the city”) at the Centre des arts contemporains du Québec à Montréal. Boisvert has been creating computer artwork since 1995. His work was presented in parallel of the Manif d’Art in Quebec City in 2003 and 2008.
Jam Boisvert, La peine (2005), La satisfaction (2009), Le questionnement (2000). Sculptures faites à partir de patates. Photos : Maxime Boisvert.