ANOUK DESLOGES
2014 AWARD: Helen Frances Gregor Scholarship

Anouk Desloges’ works are an interpretation of existing phenomenon that she has been long interested in exploring, in deconstructing, and in investigating how they relate to a fascination of hers - intimacy. As a subjective mode of our existence, intimacy is a subtle notion, full of emotions and filled with imagination, at once vulnerable, fragile and precious. Her works give place to narrative testimonials which are evoked by analogies of images.

Desloges recieved her BA in Visual Arts from Université Laval (Québec City) and a Diploma in Sculpture from the Maison des Métiers d’Art de Québec where her work was awarded first honors among the Association of the schools-studios of eastern Quebec. Since then, she has been awarded a number of prizes and fellowships including the Untapped Emerging Artist for The Artist Project 2011 and a Grant for emerging artists from the Quebec Art Council in 2012. She has exhibited in Canada, France and Guatemala. She is presently pursuing her second year in Harbourfront Centre’s artist-in-residency programme.

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