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  • Giorgia Volpe, Migration Pathway, 2016

The piece ties together past and present in notion of migration, a seminal influence shaping our society and evolving territory. Migration Pathways shows the vulnerability and endurance inherent in human and animal migratory and nomadic lives. Woven canoes rise in the air, approaching the banks of the St. Lawrence in a surprising parade-like movement. The work pays tribute to Quebec folk traditions, the beliefs of early sailors, and First Nations traditional knowledge, and occupies a traditional site of meeting and dialogue for all these communities.

Brazilian-Canadian artist Giorgia Volpe, whose multidisciplinary practice often fosters relationships and dialogue —whether through interventions, public performances, or art objects. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts from the University of São Paulo as well as a master’s degree from Laval University in Québec City. She has participated in numerous exhibitions, public interventions and artist residencies in Canada, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, Colombia, China, Thailand, France, Portugal, among others.


Credits : Stéphane Bourgeois


  • Question d’intégration,José Luis Torres, produced and presented for PASSAGES INSOLITES 2014.
  • Mythe et évidence, Mathieu Valade, produced and presented for Manif d’art 8, 2017.