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With help from Mathieu Blanchette I created this website which is essentially a map of my web presence. Try navigating the site. Best viewed on a computer, it can be a bit heavy for a phone or tablet. 

Come by Art Souterrain tonight for nuit blanche! My project Home 1963-2013 will be up in Place Cité International.

Art Souterrain 2014

My video installation of my grandmother’s house will be up at Art Souterrain from the 1st of March until the 16th. Please check it out! 

Parc Jean-Drapeau, Fall 2013
I was going through some old archives and I found this photo I took in the forest near the cliffs of dover. I don’t remember what I did to it to make it look like this but I think I like it.

Home 1963-2013 (EXCERPT)

Finally posting the project I spent all of last year on in my 300 class. This is a preservation of my grandmother’s house through video and installation. It’s a combination of photos and videos collaged together. Part of it was up at the FOFA gallery in December and will likely be up again (in full) elsewhere in March. I will post the details closer to the dates. 

Untitled Sculpture Project, 2013 
This was my first attempt at creating a physical digital sculpture. Created from 2d milling and based on a 3d design made in rhino. I wanted to create an odd alien-like object. It’s about 2 feet high.  

Megan Moore: Searching for ancestral lands

This project titled Bridging the Eastern Townships and Scotland was created for one of my classes last semester in which we went on a mini-residency in the Eastern Townships. It was a great experience and I hope to continue this project in the future. 

Somewhere between Montreal and New York City… 

Coney Island, Summer 2013

Parc Jean Drapeau, Post-Osheaga 2013

Parc Jean Drapeau, Post-Osheaga 2013

More in next post…

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These are about seventy variations on different jewelry ads pulled from fashion and wedding magazines. 

Apophis (silicone, plastic, paper and of course glitter)

This is a sculpture I made last semester modeled after imagery of the asteroid Apophis, which has a small chance of hitting earth in 2029 or 2036, as though it is a children’s toy. Apophis was discussed on the Colbert Report last night in this interview with Michio Kaku.

I’d like to make this into something interactive where you can throw it into a “keyhole” or maybe change the material to something more like a rubber ball. 

Cosmopolitan 2012-2007 

These are embroidered headlines that were featured on the cover of Cosmo over the past few years. This was so much fun to do. I can’t wait to do another embroidery project. I’m considering continuing this project… There were so many absurd headlines to choose from it was hard to settle on four. 

In case it’s not clear (this was my first attempt at embroidery) they say:

Why He Just Won’t Propose

Secrets Even a Good Boyfriend Keeps From You 

How to Outsmart a Bitch 

Shrink Your Inner Thighs!