Illustrations by London-based graphic artist Nicolas Ménard (originally from Montreal). More images below.
Part two of a look at how the art of today created on computers are entering the real world gallery. In this interview, we examine the X + 1 event at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, a night where net artists from around the world have their works projected around the vast space of it’s Rotonde architecture. Organized by Erin Gee, Benoit Palop, Sabrina Ratté and Tristan Stevens, the show selected a number of net artists who then themselves chose another creative to have their work shown (hence X + 1), noting the characteristic and importance of networking and creativity of the scene. Here we talk to Tristan about the event, and how such institutions are adapting to current creative movements.
Veronique Meignaud is my favourite illustrator living in Canada (by way of France). She has one of the most diverse portfolios I’ve seen, every page is bursting with ideas. A true master of both digital and traditional mark making. When I first featured her several years ago she was still living in France, now she lives in Montreal.
Take a look at more of her work below!