Louis-Philippe Rondeau


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  • ISEA2019

    Louis-Philippe Rondeau is a visual artist and teacher in Montreal, Canada. In his works, Rondeau develops devices that explore self-representation in a playful and unconventional manner. His research-creation approach reveals as much a search for simplicity of design for users, as an interest in the complexity of computer code and the execution of physical objects. While situating his research in the history of serial and sequential photography popularized in the 19th century, Rondeau’s works with digital images –unlike analog photography– do not stand for reality. Drawing upon the novel and sometimes marginal means of self-representation dating back to early photography, his works aim to reintroduce somewhat forgotten processes while benefitting from the sense of agency and immediacy that digital tools can afford us. Mainly revolved around the mirror’s modus operandi, his installations compel the viewer to reconsider the conventions employed in the mediation of images, specifically those pertaining to the representation of space and time.


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Current Location:


  • Montreal, Canada

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