8 April 2019

About the artist…

Audrey-Maude McDuff received a master’s degree in Visual Arts from Concordia University in 2014. She creates installations combining drawing and video that reflect on time, the appearance and disappearance of the image and the deployment of thought. Her work has been presented in several individual and collective exhibitions, including Agence Topo, Art Mûr Gallery, the Société des arts technologiques (SAT), and several editions of Montreal’s Nuit Blanche. She has also exhibited in the United States, Italy and Belgium. She lives and works in Montreal.


About the work…

Carnets de capture is a video installation in which the notebook, the workshop and the deployment of thought are at the heart of the concerns. Between drawing, video and performative gestures, this work questions the close link between a thought and its support. The work reflects on the conditions of emergence of an image or an idea. It presents an attempt to “capture” a fleeting thought. This desire to want to “seize” is definitely a failure. To follow the multitude of ideas that pass through our heads, images are formed, transformed, but do not remain.


• Inkjet print. Archive quality paper acid free – Fuji Premium Matte 230g. Format: 16×20 po. / 40×50 cm. Not framed.
• Flat rate of 150 $ CAN. Available at TOPO’s office without any other fee. If shipped, shipping and packaging costs will apply.