kimura byol-nathalie lemoine

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  • ISEA2020

    kimura byol-nathalie lemoine (키무라 별 – 나타리 르뫈 – 木村 ビヨル – ナタリー レムワンー) is a conceptual multimedia feminist artist who works on identities (diaspora, ethnicity, colorism, post-colonialism, immigration, gender), and expresses it with calligraphy, paintings, digital images, poems, videos and collaborations. kimura*lemoine’s work has been exhibited, screened, published, and supported nationally and internationally. As a curator, kimura*lemoine has developed projects that give voice and visibility to minorities. As an activist archivist, the artist is working on A.C.A (adoptees cultural archives) to document the history of adoptee’s culture through media and arts. ​

    Recipient of the Mentorship Program from Montreal Arts Interculturals (2014–15) and a Vivacité Grant from CALQ (2015) and the Powerhouse Prize from Gallery La Centrale, kimura*lemoine has also received grants from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec. In 2020, kimura*lemoine completed Adoption 30 years after (with ACIC-ONF/NFB) and exhibited at Dazibao (January–March 2020, Montreal).


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