Guillaume Adjutor Provost
Through various detours, Guillaume Adjutor Provost makes use of referents, forms and objects coming from a consciously popular imagination (grass roots). He uses a certain familiarity of language that results from a deliberately inclusive or democratized artistic expression. His practice regularly takes the form of curated installations; working with collaborators, these encounters influence the materialization of interdisciplinary works hybridizing collections, sculptures, drawings, photographs, performances, video and textual works.
Born in the Outaouais region, Guillaume Adjutor Provost is an interdisciplinary artist who experiments with exhibition forms, collections and curating. Through a focus on collaboration, his work addresses what has long existed on the periphery of dominant historical discourses: class consciousness, counterculture, social psychology and experiences of sexual diversity.
Tu m'enveloppes et je te contiens, Group exhibition, Fonderie Darling
Belles eaux, in conversation with Sébastien Hudon and Evariste Desparois, Occurrence, Montréal
Tourbe Chunky, in conversation with Toshio Matsumoto, Truck, Calgary
Sans ennui, in conversation with Maurice Gagnon, Caravansérail, Rimouski
Chambre réverbérante, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal
Vapeurs, Solo exhibition in conversation with Julie Tremble and Guillaume B.B., Fonderie Darling, Montréal
Introduction, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montreal
A Witch is Born Out of the True Hungers of Her Time, with Shanie Tomassini, TAP Montreal
BIKINI, cent-trente-trois, Lyon (France)