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Call for Artists open December 1, 2023  – March 7, 2024

Jérôme Guilleaume

Exclusively Online

**I'll be in a (french) conversation with the artist Martine Dupuis july 4th, at 12h30 PM ET on Instagram. Many thanks to TOAF for making this happen!**

Jérôme Guilleaume (b.1982) is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Montreal. He is fascinated by movement, language, math and their intersection. Holding an B.A. in applied linguistics, he uses notions from his studies during his scientific training and apply them to create sensible and emotionally charged pieces of art. His artistic approach links sound and visual, through transformations, organics and contemplatives. Guilleaume's view that mathematics is rooted in the believe that they convey sense in movement and have foundation in the real life. Subsequently, he fixes in time the state of these raw information into sensitive, fine natural forms.

Since 2019, he started showcasing his visual explorations in public setups and was featured at CADAF (Contemporary And Digital Art Fair, 2020, 2021 & 2022 editions, online and in NYC), selected at Cultvr 360 (Wales, UK) to present his virtual exhibition, "Asynchrone 900" and he was finalist for the Liberty Awards during 2020’s edition of CADAF.

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