8 April 2019

About the artist…

As a new media artist Joseph Lefebvre creates interactive installations, web art projects and live visual performances. His digital and interactive works have been presented at various international events and festivals such as Siggraph, ISEA Montreal, Cyberart Bilbao and Netart Sao Paulo. He holds two master’s degrees in Visual arts and Communications from the Université du Québec à Montréal. He works at the Société des arts technologiques (SAT) since its founding in 1995 where he is currently the director of the residency program and the coordinator of the SAT[MixSessions] and Digital Factory activities. He lives and works in Montreal.


About the work…

The exhibition “Une curieuse vitrine” was composed of a multitude of intriguing and heterogeneous objects as well as colorful projections that animated geometric volumes.

At the heart of this festive atmosphere, we discover a complex world where horror strangely rubs shoulders with frivolity: photos of Senegalese and Moroccan riflemen dead for a nation that is not theirs, piled human skulls in salt dough that refer to the genocide operated by the Khmer Rouge. In this work, the artist remixes, often in a traditional way, various objects, memories and elements of culture that are dear to him and transmits facts to us in a committed, sensitive and clairvoyant way.


• Inkjet print. Archive quality paper acid free – Fuji Premium Matte 230g.  Format: 20×16 po. / 50×40 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.