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Canada’s leading contemporary outdoor and online art fair

TOAF will take place July 12 – 14, 2024.

Jérôme Guilleaume

Nathan Phillips Square
Booth 193

Jérôme Guilleaume (b.1982) is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Montreal. He is fascinated by movement, language, math and their intersection. Holding an undergrad diploma 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.

Based in Montreal, his sound art showcased at festivals such Astropolis (FR), multiple times at Mutek (CA) and Igloofest, as well as Piknic Electronik and at Mapping Festival (Switzerland). Since 2019, he started showcasing his visual explorations in public setups like JSnation (Amsterdam) or CADAF (Contemporary and Digital Art Fair, both 2020 and 2021 editions), both as videos or static formats. He was finalist for the Liberty Awards during 2020’s edition of CADAF and have been selected by Cultvr 360 (UK) to have his first solo exhibition in 2022. He's been part of TOAF since 2022, 2024 will be his first time he'll be present in person at the square.

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