Ève de Garie-Lamanque

Author / Fall 2013

Mémento 2013

by Geneviève Caron, Ève de Garie-Lamanque


Ève De Garie-Lamanque is curator of contemporary art at the Musée régional de Rimouski. She holds a master’s degree in art history from Concordia University (2008); her thesis dealt with the notion of the “anonymous trace” in the work of Betty Goodwin and Christian Boltanski.

Her most recent curatorial projects included Marc-Antoine K. Phaneuf. Miscellanées, artefacts kitsch et autres lubies (Musée regional de Rimouski, 2013) and Lieux de passage (guest city: Calgary, Art Souterrain, 2012). She is a member of the curatorial committee for the symposium Trans-Montréal, the Canadian segment of a 2015 Performance Studies International project: Fluid States—Performances of UnKnowing (Amelia Jones, head curator).

For her residency at Est-Nord-Est, she began a new aspect of her research on the object, concerning accumulation, inventory, collection and archive as subjects or methods used by the artist and the contemporary art curator.