Josée Aubin Ouellette
Josée Aubin Ouellette (b.1986 in Edmonton, Canada) currently lives in Glasgow, UK.
She studied painting at The University of Alberta, Canada and graduated with an MFA from The Glasgow School of Art in 2012. Ouellette works with sculpture, writing, and performance to create material slippages between bodies and objects. Her work produces collective bodily experiences that look at New Materialist concepts that focus on our interdependency with our environment.
Recent exhibitions, performances and screenings include: BODY BLOCKS, Govanhill Baths, Glasgow International, 2016; Extreme Unction, with Erik Osberg, Generator Projects Dundee, 2016, Mineral Supplements, SWG3, 2016; Time Isn’t Holding Up, Time Isn’t After Us, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow, 2016; Prospecthills, (film screening) with Erik Osberg, CCA Cinema, Glasgow; There is no There, Hamilton Artists Inc. Hamilton, Canada, 2014; Future Station, The Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art (2015) Skirt the parlour, and shun the zoo, Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre (2013); MILK, Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton.
For more information visit: www.joseeaubinouellette.com
Josée Aubin Ouellette, Jennifer Bailey, Suzanne Déry, Aideen Doran, Lauren Hall, and Claire Shallcross
Bone Meal brings together six Glasgow-based artists to show new work at The Hidden Gardens. Using performance and writing to develop sculpture, sound, and video installations, our work engages with the living and life-supporting elements of the garden.
Used as a nutritional supplement and fertiliser, bone meal speaks to the bodily resonance and interconnectivity of materials in our cycles of production and reproduction.
A performance and reading event will be held in support of the exhibition.
Supported by Glasgow International, Creative Scotland, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Canada House and the Cass Sculpture Foundation.
Thu 19 April – Mon 7 May
Tue – Thu, 10am-5pm
Fri & Sat, 12 noon-7pm
Sun, 12 noon-6pm