The talk will address Isabelle’s work in photography and experimental video since the end of the 1990s. She will tackle the altered landscape and the relationship we have with it. Her talk will revolve around the environmental issue and landscapes shaped by the capitalist economy.
Isabelle Hayeur’s work has been widely viewed. She has participated in several large public showings, including the Modern Art Museum of Montreal, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts (North Adams), Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (Berlin), Canadian Cultural Centre (Paris), Casino Luxembourg Forum for Contemporary Art, Tampa Museum of Art, Today Art Museum (Beijing), Bruce Silverstein Gallery (New York) and the Akbank Sanat Gallery (Istanbul). Isabelle’s art pieces are part of thirty or so collections, including the National Gallery of Canada, National Foundation for Contemporary Art (FNAC) in Paris, Art Gallery of Ontario, Vancouver Art Gallery, Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC), National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec, New Orleans Museum of Art, and the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago.