Delphine Kim Thériault De CarufelCA/QC
Delphine Kim Thériault De Carufel
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Based in Montréal, Delphine Kim Thériault de Carufel earned their bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts at Université du Québec à Montréal in 2013, and is currently pursuing their master’s degree. Their work was recently showcased in a solo exhibition at the Belgo Building’s Local 514, in Montréal. Thériault also participated in a number of group exhibitions, namely at the Musée des Beaux-Arts du Mont-Saint-Hilaire, at Belgo’s Popop Gallery, at Galerie Patrick Mikhail and during Montréal’s Épreuves d’état exhibition. Internationally, their work was presented at the Pavillon de Ciencias médicas in Cuba and at New York’s Art Helix Gallery. They are currently working on a solo exhibition thanks to a grant from the Conseil québécois des arts médiatiques (2020).
Montréal artist Delphine Kim Thériault de Carufel, exploring the impacts of new technologies on our psyche through the medium of sculpture.
The artist also created Beauté florale (tordue) in 2021, a series of realistic silicone sculptures that explore issues of sexual identity, marginality and imperfection.
The artist creates human-shaped casts capturing the entire body or individual fragments, playing with colors and adding aesthetic and technological accessories in order to give them their own identity.