Maryse Goudreau Pour ceux qui ne les voient pas, 2015.
Photo : permission de l’artiste | courtesy of the artist

Maryse Goudreau’s body of multidisciplinary work unfolds in the form of thematic archives, comprising works produced over several years. In this vein, since 2012, the artist has been developing Beluga Studies, a vast array of visual, textual, and performative documents dedicated to the social history of this marine mammal, whose echoes in the socio-political landscape reinforce its symbolic potential while awakening collective memory.

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