Chantal duPont

Chantal duPont has taken part in many international video festivals and individual and group exhibitions in Quebec and abroad. She was the recipient of the 2005 Bell Canada Award in video art. Her work is internationally recognized and has received awards in several festivals, including events in Belgium, Colombia, France, Portugal and in Montreal, where she won the Prix à la Création artistique from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec for her video Headstrong / Du front tout le tour de la tête. Her work has been the subject of retrospectives in Montreal and abroad, including at the Festival International de Films de Créteil, Optica Gallery, the Ed Video Media Arts Centre in Guelph, and the 2007 Festival International des Films sur l’Art at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Montreal, curated by Nicole Gingras. Her work is mainly concerned with issues of the identity and the memory of the body.

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