Nadège Grebmeier Forget
Engaged in Montreal’s visual and live arts community since 2007, performance artist Nadège Grebmeier Forget embraces interdisciplinarity and curation in her practice. She is the first daughter of a runner-up 1960’s California Beauty Queen and has, among other things: enacted works for Karl Lemieux (The Seven Last Words, 2018), Teresa Margolles (La Promesa, 2017), Dana Michel (Balls, 2016), Olivia Boudreau (Standing Bodies, Lying Bodies, 2014), Christiof Migone (Hite Parade, 2008); collaborated with Henrike Iglesias (Sophiensale/OFFTA, 2016), PME-ART (Festival actOral/Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, 2014) in addition to participating in numerous events, festivals, panels, residencies and exhibitions in Canada (Québec, Ontario, Alberta, Newfoundland, PEI), the USA (Texas) and Europe (France, Germany, Romania).
Grebmeier Forget has recently exhibited and/or performed her work at OPTICA (Montréal, 2017), 7a*11d (Toronto, 2017), Galerie Hugues Charbonneau (Montréal, 2017), CIRCA art actuel (Montréal, 2016), VU Photo (Québec, 2016), She Works Flexible – Flex Space (Huston, 2016), Eastern Edge Gallery (St-John’s, 2016), Astérides – Friche de la Belle de Mai (Marseille, 2016), Mains d’Oeuvre (Saint-Ouen, 2016). She also chairs as president of the board of administrators at Centre CLARK (2016-) where she has been an active member since 2012, and has previously seated on the board of directors of La Galerie de l’UQÀM (2014-2016), as well as on the programming committee for OFFTA – Live Art festival (2013-2014) and DARE-DARE (2009-2011).
EXHIBITION: … move or be moved by some ‘thing’ rather than oneself.June 22, 2018 - August 5, 2018
PUBLIC ART: Billboard on Shaw by Nadège Grebmeier ForgetJune 23, 2018 - August 5, 2018
Artist Nadège Grebmeier Forget’s billboard After Rendering on View (Betty Rowland meets Angela Aames), May 27, 2017 is on view at 180 Shaw Street through June to August, 2018, as part of the group exhibition … move or be moved by some thing rather than oneself, curated by Florence-Agathe Dubé-Moreau and Maude Johnson and featuring works by Guillaume Adjutor Provost, Adam Basanta, Adrienne Crossman, and Nadège Grebmeier Forget.Find out more