Claire Savoie lives and works in Montreal.
She has exhibited her work in various Canadian cities and on a few occasions in Europe, in particular at the international exhibition L’art du monde: tendances critiques 1998, organised by Beaux-Arts magazine at the Passage de Retz in Paris. Her work has also been the subject of many solo shows, in addition to being included in group exhibitions such as Le ludique at the Musée du Québec (2001), Signes vitaux at the Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery (2002), L’autre en soi at the Musée régional de Rimouski (1999), and skol@xyz at YYZ Artists’ Outlet in Toronto. Claire Savoie won the Graff prize in 2002.
Time as Activity (*)
2009.12.09 - 07.11
While nowadays, ‘documentation’ has widely been accepted and understood as one of the main paradigms of conceptual art, there has only been few attention for the ‘description’—especially considering how intrinsic this activity…Read more
Claire Savoie. 05.02.2006 - 05.02.2007 (date-vidéos)
2007.01.20 - 03.03
For some years now, the work of Claire Savoie has deployed a poetics of grazing and dizziness. Paradoxically, the artist has mapped out the…Read more
I am telling you that I am incapable of ending this activity. Claire Savoie
This first monograph devoted to the work of Claire Savoie documents and analyzes her videographic output as well as recent and older installations…Read more
Species of Spaces
2003.06.19 - 08.17
Each of us is limited by the space in which we live. Its shapes, brought into being by walls, houses, buildings, streets, cities, and suburbs…Read more
Species of Spaces
Each of us is limited by the space in which we live. Its shapes, brought into being by walls, houses, buildings, streets, cities, and suburbs, order our movements and situate us in a precise setting. Space is thus made up of divisions…Read more