Artist talk – Allison Moore and Karine Savard

Artist talk
Wednesday, April 19th 2017, 5:30pm to 8:00pm

As part of their residencies in DAÏMÔN, Allison Moore and Karine Savard will each come to present their production and their approach.
DAÏMÔN invites you to meet with both of the artists around a drink and to discover Coastal Terrarium the last work of Allison Moore installed in our studio.

Please note that the artist talk will be in French.

Free Entry, cash bar

DAÏMON thanks the Quebec Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts and the City of Gatineau for their support.

The STO buses 20, 21, 25, 26, 35, 38, 100 and 400 all stop at the Montcalm Rapibus station at the corner of Montcalm and Hanson.


Allison Moore is an artist, educator and cultural operator. Originally from Vancouver Island she is based in Montreal and has produced projects in Brazil, Cuba, Australia, and the UK.  Allison achieved a BFA degree with Honors in Interdisciplinary Arts and Video Production at the University of Concordia in 2005. She has since developed projects in video, animation and interactive computing as an invited artist at Studio XX, OBORO and the Society of Arts and Technology in Montreal.

Karine Savard designs film posters since 2006. Her poster work was awarded many national and international prizes. In her practice outside of the cinematographic industry, she appropriates the presentation mechanisms of publicity in order to produce urban interventions that address current issues related to the transformation of work in a post-industrial era. She is particularly interested in questions related to the divide between manual and intellectual work, the concept of the division of labor and its recognition within the capitalist system and the intervention of aesthetic judgments. Besides her furtive interventions in the past years, her work was presented at the Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery in 2016. She is currently pursuing a Ph. D. in Études et pratiques des arts at Université du Québec à Montréal. She received a scholarship from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture.