Graduate Fine Arts Lecture: Véronique Joumard

ainsi qu’un geste simple qui consiste à appuyer sur un bouton pour allumer la lumière ou l’ordinateur.

Véronique Joumard, 1998
 
 

Véronique Joumard has been showing her work since the end of the 80’s in several art centers, museums, in France and abroad. Her pieces are in great private and public collections. Currently, she is working on a major public commission for Bayeux Cathedral in Normandy. Glass windows that need technical, optical and innovative experimentations.

 

With a practice based on a renewed approach of material, the artist re-thinks alternatively painting, photography and sculpturein their relationship to images as reappearing processed images. She always pays attention to the exhibition’s space and then to the spectator’s space.

 

Véronique Joumard attaches great importance to materials with their quality, physical, visual and formal specificities. Her production oscillates between high-tech and “bricolage” and sometimes danger (as in her early electric pieces)by bringing light to an ecology of matter.

 

Judith Quentel, 2016

 
 

Candle, 2015

parafin, cotton wick candle

photo Laure Waast

March 03, 2016
Lectures
Graduate Fine Arts Lecture: Véronique Joumard
11:15AM - 12:30PM Culver City Graduate Studios
March 03, 2016
2016-03-03 11:15 2016-03-03 12:30
Lectures
Graduate Fine Arts Lecture: Véronique Joumard
11:15AM - 12:30PM | Culver City Graduate Studios
10455 Jefferson Blvd, Culver City 90232