Isabelle Hayeur in Paspébiac

A digital-image artist born in Montreal in 1969, Isabelle Hayeur is known for her large-size photomontages, her videos, and her site-specific installations, in which she highlights urban blights and sprawl and the industrialization of our societies.


Centre culturel de Paspébiac | 7 Boulevard Gérard-D.-Levesque | Paspébiac
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August 15 to September 15, Tuesday to Friday from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Also: August 16 and 17 and September 13 and 14 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Isabelle Hayeur, Rawdon (Québec) |

Her works have been widely shown. She has been part of many major public shows, among others at the National Gallery of Canada, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts, the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein in Berlin, the Tampa Museum of Art, and Akbank Sanat in Istanbul. She has also done a number of artist residencies. Her works can be found in some twenty collections, including those of the National Gallery of Canada, the Fonds national d'art contemporain in Paris and the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Isabelle Hayeur is represented by Galerie Division, and her videos are distributed by Groupe Intervention Vidéo (GIV) and VTape.


“Mirages groups together some recent videos. I’ve been exploring landscape issues ever since I started working with video. Through the moving image I am investigating environmental, urban planning and social concerns that I’m working on at the same time in photography. I mainly engage with altered landscapes, industrial sites and suburban areas. I show how our societies take over territories and adapt them to their own needs.”

- Isabelle Hayeur