Human Mist (part I) | Jerome Trudelle

Human Mist (part I) | Jerome Trudelle.

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I make various forms of artistic expression such as video, drawing and painting. However, installation sculpture is currently my medium of choice, working mainly with pure materials such as fabric threads and plaster strips. My sculptures, composed of floating particles in space, are the result of a hooking technique I developed and improved during my college years.

My sculptures deploy around the themes of time, past/present and nostalgia. Starting from philosophical reflections on the concept of the momentary and the perishable, I create suspended sculptures that seem everlasting yet ephemeral by their fragile appearance. Through these sculptures, I attempt to confront people to their own evanescence. Of poetic and transcendant nature, my creations aim to recall the value of each moment, place and action in such a precarious universe. Disintegration, immateriality, fragmentation and vagueness are the main guidelines of my work.

Human Mist (part I) | Jerome Trudelle.

Plaster strips & threads, 2017, Human Mist

Plaster strips & threads, 2017

Plaster strips & threads, 2017

Plaster strips & threads, 2017

Plaster strips & threads, 2017

Plaster strips & threads, 2017

Plaster strips & threads, 2017

Plaster strips & threads, 2017

Plaster strips & threads, 2017

Plaster strips & threads, 2017

Plaster strips & threads, 2018

Plaster strips & threads, 2018

Plaster strips & threads, 2018

Plaster strips & threads, 2018

Plaster strips & threads, 2018

Human Mist (part I) | Jerome Trudelle.

Jerome Trudelle is a multidisciplinary artist working and living in Quebec City, Canada. In 2017, he graduated from Laval University with a Bachelor’s degree in Visual and Media Arts. Jerome makes various forms of artistic expression such as video, drawing and painting. However, installation sculpture is currently his medium of choice, working mainly with pure materials such as fabric threads and plaster strips. His sculptures, composed of floating particles in space, are the result of a hooking technique he developed and improved during his college years.

 

Jerome’s artistic proposition deploys around the themes of time, past/present and nostalgia. Starting from philosophical reflections on the concept of the momentary and the perishable, he creates suspended sculptures that seem everlasting yet ephemeral by their fragile appearance. Through his work, the artist attempts to confront people to their own evanescence and to the immensity of their surrounding. The dichotomy between the tiny and the incommensurable governs his artistic vision, both on the formal and reflective level. His intention is to relate and oppose the smaller and the greater phenomena of human existence.

 

Disintegration, immateriality, fragmentation and vagueness are the main guidelines of Jerome’s work. He explores the phenomenon of time in its infinite flow and fatality; he manipulates it, manifests it and magnifies it to finally accept it completely through his artistic process. Of poetic and transcendant nature, his creations aim to recall the value of each moment, place and action in such a precarious universe.

 

Since 2017, Jérôme Trudelle is represented by the Ni Vu Ni Cornu Gallery at Sainte-Anne de Beaupré and he is a member of the Circuit des Créateurs de la Côte de Beaupré. Involved at the artistic, cultural and community levels, he is the winner of six Desjardins scholarships, two Hydro-Québec scholarships and a Lieutenant Governor’s Medal. In March 2018, he took part of Casa Na Ilha art residency in Brazil in order to develop his artistic approach and to improve his sculptural technique. From April 22 to May 27, 2018 will be held his first solo exhibition at the Salle Jean Paul Lemieux of the Étienne Parent Library in Beauport, entitled “Aux fils du Temps” (“Threads of Time”).

Human Mist (part I) | Jerome Trudelle.

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