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17 Apr, 2009

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Congratulations to bgl who will represent Canada at the 2015 Venice Biennale.

Artist collective bgl discuss their work and their exhibition Marshmallow + Cauldron + Fire = at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, April 2009.



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Artists/Participants:
bgl  
Jasmin Bilodeau  
Sébastien Giguère   
Nicholas Laverdière  



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bgl is an artist collective based in Québec City. The acronym bgl is the first initial of the surnames of the three artists Jasmin Bilodeau, Sébastien Giguère and Nicholas Laverdière. They create large scale installations, public art projects that are responsive to the intended environment or surrounding culture. Combining humour and social critique, using popular consumer culture to address global and local political issues, they have worked together for over ten years, exhibiting widely. Most recently they participated in the Montréal Biennial, were nominated for the Sobey Art Award and have had a solo exhibition at Diaz Gallery in Toronto.

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Bgl - MARSHMALLOW + CAULDRON + FIRE =


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