© Amélie Laurence Fortin. Photo Peter Rosseman.
For over a decade, Amélie Laurence Fortin’s artistry has been firmly rooted in the realms of exploration, territory, and time. Her fascination lies within the subtleties of the peripheral reality, unraveling the chaos in random and non-linear systems, and the sheer joy of serendipity. With a keen interest in bridging the pragmatic world with the richly expressive realm of art, Fortin brings forth models that translate complex information into visually engaging narratives. Her work embodies a symphony of immersive installations, each meticulously curated with elements of kinetic sculpture, resonating sounds, expressive photography, intricate light play, and thoughtfully placed objects. Through her creations, Fortin elucidates the profound relationships humans share with their surrounding spaces.
Currently, Amélie Laurence Fortin divides her time and artistic creativity between Québec City, Canada, and Warsaw, Poland. Her riveting body of work has graced numerous solo and group exhibitions, been part of artistic residencies and festivals, and is proudly displayed in both private and public collections across Québec and Europe.
One (Sommes Personnes)
Video portraits by Adriana Disman, Alice de Visscher, Amélie Laurence Fortin, Caroline Gagné, Georges Azzaria, Jocelyn Robert, Liina Kuittinen, Nadège Grebmeier Forget, Olga Prokhorova, Ronnie Clark, Tanya Mars.
Part of the 4th edition of a 12-year, 12-hour annual online streaming project by Christof Migone.