SAUVÉ, Danielle (1959)

Danielle Sauvé, Promesses (chercher à reconnaître), 2010. Canevas, acrylique, système électrique et lampes, 548 x 761 x 304 cm. Photo : Richard-Max Tremblay.

Danielle Sauvé holds a BFA and an MFA and has been teaching at the Boston University School of Visual Arts since 2010. Like her public artwork, her sculptures and installations displayed throughout Canada and the United States comprise intimate and commemorative spaces. Through sinuous forms, accompanied at times by schematized domestic objects or scarcely legible, illuminated words, she explores the concurrent notions of immigration and exile, the fleeting traces of memory and integration into new environments.

SEE:
« The Meadow, the Room and the Culture of Presences » by Danielle Sauvé, ESPACE #34, p. 17.
« Et le corps s’est fait oeuvre… » by Serge Fisette, ESPACE #43, p. 22.
« Danielle Sauvé : Entre l’intime et l’étranger, décalages et repères » by Élisabeth Recurt, ESPACE #72, p. 35.
« La langue des ombres » by France Gascon, ESPACE #93, p. 31.

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