ARTISTS: J. Aird-Bélanger, Canada | A. Asselin, Canada | N. Blundell, Canada
D. Collet, Canada | P. Csaba, Hungary | L. Csízy, Hungary | L. Daigle, Canada | M. Des Aulniers, Canada | E. Dupond, Canada | A. Dworzak-Subocz, Poland | M. Dziomdziora, Poland | L. Finet, Canada | P. Franzini, Canada | O. Golub, Ukraine | J. Graham, Canada
S. Hanji, Japan | G. Kells, Canada | I. Kobayashi, Japan | J. Lafrenière, Canada
A. Lakoma, Poland | D. Lamontagne, Canada | D. Leclerc, Canada | M. Singh Manu,
India | L. Mercure, Canada | L. Morrissey, USA | J. Muscat, Canada | M. Palka, Poland
J. Parker, Canada | G. Pavlova, Bulgary | O. Petca, Romania | M. Périat, Canada
C. Perrichot, France | H. Pouillon, Belgium | I. Retkowska, Germany | R. Robesco, Canada | L. St-Jacques, Canada | S. Swinimer, Canada | G. Vallée, Canada | J.M. Van Hees, Holland | R. Kempen, Holland | M. Vàradiovà, Czech Republic
M. Wagner, Germany | P. Walty, Canada
From November 9 to December 11, 2018, the International Digital Miniprint Exhibition, 13th edition, took place at Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle. Curated by Henriette Ethier, the exhibition presented the artwork of many artists expressing, following their various digital and technical experiences, what would everyday life look like in a social and cultural context where habits would be altered by increased speed and time excess.
The exhibition included 62 pieces from 43 artists from Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Ukraine and the United States. The opening of the exhibition took place on Thursday, November 15 at 5 p.m. at Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle.
Three prizes and two mentions were awarded:
1st prize (Voix Visuelle prize) to Maryse Des Aulniers, Canada, for Perception 56;
2nd prize (Voix Visuelle prize) to Pal Csaba, Hungary, for Light Body I;
3rd prize (Marcil Lavallée prize) to René Kempen, the Netherlands, for Deep Thought II;
Honorable mention to Richard Robesco, Canada, for Œil gauche;
Honorable mention to László Csízy, Hungary for Limitless Energy Transmission From the Moon.
Also included in the gallery below are the work of:
Markéta Vàradiovà, Czech Republic, Eclipse II
Monika Palka, Poland, Run
Coralie Perrichot, France, Pathologie de la matrice #1
Leo Morrissey, USA, Joueurs de loteries.
The Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle would like to thank the Ontario Arts Council, Canadian Heritage, the City of Ottawa, Community Foundation of Ottawa and Marcil Lavallée for their support.