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Chloe Lum and Yannick Desranleau (SÉRIPOP): The Face Stayed East and the Mouth Went West (elements)

April 30th, 2015 § 0 comments § permalink

Performance May 29 at 5:30pm > Choreography by Sarah Wendt > with Sarah Wendt, Katie Ewald + guest performers

Yannick Desranleau & Chloe Lum - SÉRIPOP The Face Stayed East The Mountain West (elements) 2014-2015 Impression UV sur boitier lumineux en acrylique, papier sérigraphié, tissu, vinyle renforcé UV prints on acrylic in lightboxes, screenprinted paper, fabric backed vinyl

Yannick Desranleau & Chloe Lum – SÉRIPOP
The Face Stayed East The Mountain West (elements) 2014-2015
Impression UV sur boitier lumineux en acrylique, papier sérigraphié, tissu, vinyle renforcé
UV prints on acrylic in lightboxes, screenprinted paper, fabric backed vinyl

The Face Stayed East and the Mouth Went West (elements)

Choreography by Sarah Wendt

with Sarah Wendt, Katie Ewald + guest performers

For their sophomore exhibition at Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Séripop – the collaborative practice of Chloe Lum and Yannick Desranleau – will be exhibiting a new presentation of multi-disciplinary work. Known for their large scale sculptural installations constructed of brightly coloured – sometimes printed – paper materials, theThe Face Stayed East and the Mouth Went West (elements) exhibition distinguishes itself by referencing that sculptural work and its concepts through photo-based installation and performance.

In the last several years Séripop’s practice has explored the entropy of urban space. Their work occasionally engages directly with public architecture and objects (i.e. an entire building is papered and peels away over time in Avancez en arrière(2012)) and their sculptural installations are loosely reminiscent of the shapes and spaces that surround us in the public environment – buildings, construction sites, monuments – slowly shifting and collapsing with gravity and wear during the exhibition period.

At Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Séripop is exhibiting a series of large scale photographs, presented in light boxes, depicting existing sculptural works in repetition. Through these reproductions the objects are pushed to perform in new and different ways, against their own repeated selves and in the gallery space. Séripop then takes this dynamic a step further, collaborating for the first time with dancers to present a choreographed performance. Séripop’s misshapen objects are activated as props, costumes, and noise-makers, while being manipulated and navigated by the performers. As core members of the now defunct band AIDS Wolf, this overt performance work is new in form but not in nature for Séripop.

Yannick Desranleau & Chloe Lum - SÉRIPOP The Face Stayed East The Mountain West (elements) 2014-2015 Impression UV sur boitier lumineux en acrylique, papier sérigraphié, tissu, vinyle renforcé UV prints on acrylic in lightboxes, screenprinted paper, fabric backed vinyl

Yannick Desranleau & Chloe Lum – SÉRIPOP
The Face Stayed East The Mountain West (elements) 2014-2015
Impression UV sur boitier lumineux en acrylique, papier sérigraphié, tissu, vinyle renforcé
UV prints on acrylic in lightboxes, screenprinted paper, fabric backed vinyl

Séripop

Chloe Lum and Yannick Desranleau are based in Montréal. They have been the subject of several exhibitions in Canada and abroad, notably at the University of Texas at Austin (2015), the Center for Books and Paper Arts (Columbia College Chicago, 2015), Confederation Centre Art Gallery (Charlottetown, 2014), YYZ artists’ outlet (Toronto, 2013), the Blackwood Gallery

(University of Toronto, 2012), Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (Québec Triennial 2011),Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna, Austria, 2010), BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (Gateshead, England, 2009), and Whitechapel Project Space (London, England, 2007). Lum and Desranleau have also been active as musicians, touring internationally with the experimental rock band AIDS Wolf, and producing a series of award-winning concert posters under the moniker Séripop.

Their collaborative work is in several collections, notably the Victoria and Albert Museum (London), University of Maryland Art Gallery, and BMO. Séripop is currently long listed for the 2015 Sobey Art Award. Séripop is represented by Galerie Hugues Charbonneau in Montréal.

seripop.com

Yannick Desranleau & Chloe Lum - SÉRIPOP The Face Stayed East The Mountain West (elements) 2014-2015 Impression UV sur boitier lumineux en acrylique, papier sérigraphié, tissu, vinyle renforcé UV prints on acrylic in lightboxes, screenprinted paper, fabric backed vinyl

Yannick Desranleau & Chloe Lum – SÉRIPOP
The Face Stayed East The Mountain West (elements) 2014-2015
Impression UV sur boitier lumineux en acrylique, papier sérigraphié, tissu, vinyle renforcé
UV prints on acrylic in lightboxes, screenprinted paper, fabric backed vinyl

Papier15 fair

April 20th, 2015 § 0 comments § permalink

From April 24 to April 26, 2015

VIP evening April 23, starting at 6pm (with thicket)

5445, avenue de Gaspé, Montréal

Séripop (Yannick Desranleau et Chloe Lum), Untitled, 2014 Papier mâché, peinture, corde, bois, Tyvek Papier-mëché, paint, rope, wood, Tyvek Approx. : 122 x 76 cm (48” x 30”)

Séripop (Yannick Desranleau et Chloe Lum),
Untitled, 2014
Papier mâché, peinture, corde, bois, Tyvek
Papier-mëché, paint, rope, wood, Tyvek
Approx. : 122 x 76 cm (48” x 30”)

Jonathan Plante Dévisage, 2015 Lenticulaire 3D 3D lenticular 89 x 58 cm (35” x 23”)

Jonathan Plante
Dévisage, 2015
Lenticulaire 3D
3D lenticular
89 x 58 cm (35” x 23”)

Benoit Aquin Passage à niveau (série Mégantic), 2013 Impression numérique à pigments de qualité archive Archival pigment print Éd. 5 : 81 x 122 cm (32

Benoit Aquin
Passage à niveau (série Mégantic), 2013
Impression numérique à pigments de qualité archive
Archival pigment print
Éd. 5 : 81 x 122 cm (32″ x 48″)
Éd. 5 : 101 x 152 cm (40″ x 60″)

Alain Paiement Watch, Second, 2015 Impression numérique sur papier archive Digital print on archival paper Éd. 5 75 x 75 cm (29 1/2” x 29 1/2”)

Alain Paiement
Watch, Second, 2015
Impression numérique sur papier archive
Digital print on archival paper
Éd. 5
75 x 75 cm (29 1/2” x 29 1/2”)

Trevor Gould Questions of mutability and chance encounter III, 2015 Aquarelle Watercolour 2 comp. 30 x 46 cm (12” x 18”) ch.|ea.

Trevor Gould
Questions of mutability and chance encounter III, 2015
Aquarelle
Watercolour
2 comp. 30 x 46 cm (12” x 18”) ch.|ea.

Karen Tam Inception Vase (Porcelaine Collection series), 2015 Papier mâché (journaux chinois, colle à tapisserie avec protection contre l’humidité et la moisissure), encre à base de pigments, gesso, gesse clair Papier-mâché (Chinese newspaper, wallpaper paste w/ fungicide and moisture protection), pigmented India ink, gesso, clear gesso 46 x 21 x 22 cm (18” x 8 1/4” x 8 1/2”)

Karen Tam
Inception Vase (Porcelaine Collection series), 2015
Papier mâché (journaux chinois, colle à tapisserie avec protection contre l’humidité et la moisissure), encre à base de pigments, gesso, gesse clair
Papier-mâché (Chinese newspaper, wallpaper paste w/ fungicide and moisture protection), pigmented India ink, gesso, clear gesso
46 x 21 x 22 cm (18” x 8 1/4” x 8 1/2”)

David Lafrance Tapis contemporain 10, 2015 Impression archive au jet d’encre  Archival inkjet  print Éd. 5  36 x 46 cm (14” x 18”)

David Lafrance
Tapis contemporain 10, 2015
Impression archive au jet d’encre
Archival inkjet print
Éd. 5
36 x 46 cm (14” x 18”)

Tammi Campbell Dear Agnes (October 2012, Week 4), 2012 Graphite sur papier japonais Kozo plié Graphite on folded Kozo Japanese paper 6 feuilles | 6 sheets, 11” x 8 ½” ch. | ea.

Tammi Campbell
Dear Agnes (October 2012, Week 4), 2012
Graphite sur papier japonais Kozo plié
Graphite on folded Kozo Japanese paper
6 feuilles | 6 sheets, 11” x 8 ½” ch. | ea.

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