Géométrie plane/intersections #1

Ink on folded paper, 2010

50 x 65 cm
$1 200
The Géométrie plane series is a study of paper as a support for pigment. The original idea was to work with the fold as a process and method of applying the medium. Inspired by mathematical exercises and the construction of three-dimensional volumes, the artist folded paper and then striated it with fine lines in order to compose networks of canals. The ink then flowed into the concave routes, marking the support’s perimeter on one side, one step in the construction, one intersection.
Biographical note
Luce Meunier was born in 1973. She lives and works in Montreal. She has presented solo exhibitions at the Centre d’art et de diffusion Clark in 2002, Chicoutimi’s Lobe in 2004 (as part of a residency), and Galerie Lilian Rodriquez in 2006. She has also exhibited in group shows at Galerie B312, Galerie Lilian Rodriguez, and in the annual exhibition Summertime in Paris at the Parisian Laundry. Meunier was a finalist in the RBC Canadian Painting Competition in 2006. The work selected for the show was subsequently presented at Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Vancouver’s Contemporary Art Gallery and the Musée d’art contemporain in Montreal. Luce Meunier’s work is included in numerous collections including the Collection Prêt d’œuvres of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, and the collections of the National Bank of Canada and the Parisian Laundry.