Sugar Carpet, a perishable installation in refined, white sugar, uses food as the raw material of the art object, transferring it to an architectural space through a game of role-reversal. This installation creates a confrontation between an industrial space and the modern comfort traditionally associated with carpets, “edible” material, and the pollution produced by metallurgy.
Aude Moreau works and lives at Montreal, she has completed a degree in Fine Arts at Université Paris 8 in 1991, before settling in Quebec in order to pursue her studies in scenography in 1995. since the 2000’s, she has developed a body of work combining her training in both scenography and visual arts. recipient of numerous grants, she has presented her work in the context of events such as the Prague Biennale and the Nuit Blanche of Montreal. Aude Moreau has participated in several exhibitions in different locations including the Fonderie Darling, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, in France, in the United States and in Luxembourg. her work is part of numerous public and private collections.