Julie Tremble

Julie Tremble’s work, informed by cinema, visual art, literature and philosophy, principally explores the role of narrative in our experience of the world. It examines the way in which emotions, nature, mental states and social interactions are interpreted and understood through processes of narrative construction. Tremble holds a master’s degree in cinema studies from the Université de Montréal. Her undergraduate studies combined cinema and philosophy. Her work has been shown in art galleries and in various festivals across Canada. She received the Conseil des arts et des lettres (CALQ) prize in 2013 for the best work of art and experimentation, which was awarded during the thirty-first Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois. Julie Tremble is represented by the Joyce Yahouda gallery and her videos are distributed by Groupe Intervention Vidéo (GIV). She is General Director at Vidéographe and lives in Montreal.