ARTS, CULTURE AND CIRCUS
Ève K. Tremblay - Fugues narratives
Fugues narratives is connected to her continuing project Becoming Fahrenheit 451 (2007 - ), a body of work partly visual and photographic, but also immaterial by nature. The most time dedicated to this project has been working with grey matter, memorization sessions, while playing with mnemotechnics. The traces of these processes are present in letters addressed to Ray Bradbury as well as in photographs, videos, and other texts works.
Ève K Tremblay (b. 1972, Québec, Canada) studied French Literature at the University of Montreal and theater at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of The Theater, in New York (1994-1995). She holds a BFA with a major in photography from Concordia University in Montreal (2000). Her work has been shown in Quebec, Canada, United States and Europe. She has also taken part to numerous group exhibitions in Canada, United States and Europe. Her work has been published in numerous Canadian, American and European publications. She has worked as a still photographer in the film & TV industry in Montreal, and she has done portraits and a project of art integration to architecture.