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Multimedia Exhibition RIOPELLE Grandeur Nature

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  • Duration

    65 min

  • Audience

    For all

  • Location

    Studios des 7 doigts de la main - 2111, boulevard St-Laurent

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Thanks to 360° video projections, the main 7 Fingers studio will be transformed into a veritable immersive image box.

Peripheral spaces will host artistic installations such as a scenographic reconstitution of a Riopelle studio, an immense flying canoe and an exhibition of original works. The public will also be able to appreciate more than twenty of Riopelle's works.

Espace Inuit will highlight the culture and richness of Inuit art, which was an important source of fascination for Riopelle, inspiring him to create several works, including his "jeux de ficelle" series.

Interactive installations will allow the public to playfully participate by manipulating sculpture-games, shaping clay, or using an infrared interactive system to create digital works inspired by Riopelle's large-scale mosaics.

A universal ode to creativity and wilderness, sure to inspire neophytes and visual art enthusiasts alike.

February 16 to March 10, 2024
Studios des 7 doigts de la main
2111, boulevard St-Laurent

Riopelle exposition


Producer : Les 7 doigts de la main
Co-producer : Fondation Jean Paul Riopelle
Presented in collaboration with : LA TOHU
Artistic direction and exhibition design: Samuel Tétreault
in collaboration with : Marion Mouturier
Guest curator: Yseult Riopelle
Guest curator Inuit space : Saali Kuata
Design of the school and multigenerational art workshops: Marion Mouturier and Studio Riopelle - Michèle Réhaume
Cultural mediators: Marion Mouturier, Michelle Réhaume
Art installations: Marion Mouturier
Multimedia design: Mirari - Thomas Payette and Mathieu Doyon
Interactive device design and integration: Supply and Demand - Raphaël Dupont
Sound design main hall and peripheral spaces: Colin Gagné
Sound design main hall and peripheral spaces: Jérôme Guilleaume
Set design main hall: Olivier Landreville
Lighting design main hall: Étienne Boucher

Production manager: Emanuelle Kirouac
Technical director: Victor Lamontagne
Project and exhibition production manager: David Poulin
Production assistants: Alexandre Blasquez and Zoé Kolic
Technical project manager: Louis Héon
Works and archives project manager: Isabelle Domens
Supplyand Demand Project Managers: Rémi Lapointe and Émile Grégoire
Mirari Project Management: Caroline Turcot and Roxanne Cadillon
Mirari Technical Manager: Béatrice Germain
Mirari animator: Louis Roy
Pangnirtung 3D segment animator: Vincent Ladouceur 
Video operators : Vincent Ladouceur and Florian Fazio
Studios technical coordinator: Mathis Lebel
Espace Serica video editing: Francisco Cruz
Partner for school and multigenerational workshops: Studio Riopelle
Partner for cultural mediation: Desjardins

Many thanks :
Loan of works of art: Guy Laliberté, Galerie Simon Blais, Yseult Riopelle , Huguette Vachon, Michel Tétreault, Avataq, MNBAQ
Consultant for the loan of Le Dragon: Sylvie François de Lune Rouge
Art supply sponsor: DeSerres
Framing sponsor: Encadrement Tout Autour

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