SECTION : DREAMT IMAGES
Born in Quebec in 1947, Jocelyne Alloucherie lives and works today in Montreal. Through her artistic work, she explores notions surrounding the image, the object and place in a conceptual and poetic manner. An experimental approach, combining sculpture, architecture and photography. At the frontier of the world of dreams and reality, her imaginary spaces invite us to reflect on a particular notion of landscape seen as a reflection of our relationship with the world. With exhibitions internationally (France, the United States, Italy, China, Japan), her work has received numerous awards: Prix Paul-Émile Borduas, Prix d’Excellence of Quebec in the Visual Arts 2001, Order of Canada in 2008) and is part of several public art collections: Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec, Fondation Ordonez Falcon in Spain, Fonds National d’Art Contemporain in France, among others.