Frédéric Lavoie

Frédéric Lavoie (1976) is a Canadian artist who lives and works in Montreal. Active since 2003, he creates his works from archives by assembling documentary or fictional elements to produce narratives, group portraits or thematic analyses. His work has been presented in numerous solo exhibitions, such as Brasser de l’air, at ENAC (Toulouse, 2016), Life on Mars? at Place des Arts (Montreal, 2016), and Le début de la fin, at the McCord Museum (Montreal, 2015-2016), as part of the Artist-in-Residence program. His most recent group exhibitions include the public art event Aires libres (Montreal, 2015), La chaleur de l’usure, at De Markten (Brussels, 2014), and Le musée fait mouche, at the Musée d’art contemporain des Laurentides (Saint-Jérôme, 2014). His works have been shown in several festivals, fairs and contemporary art events, such as the Casablanca International Video Art Festival (2014), the Nuit blanche à Montréal (2013) and the Mediterranean Contemporary Art Fair (Nîmes, 2012).