Caroline Monnet is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist from Outaouais, Québec. Using film, video, painting, photography and installation, her work demonstrates a keen interest in communicating complex ideas around Indigenous identity and bicultural living through the examination of cultural histories.
Monnet has exhibited in Canada and internationally in such venues as the Palais de Tokyo (Paris) and Haus der Kulturen (Berlin) for the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, Toronto International Film Festival, Aesthetica (UK), Cannes Film Festival (not short on talent) Museum of Contemporary Art and Arsenal (Montréal). Monnet lives in Montréal and is also a founding member of the Aboriginal digital arts collective ITWÉ.
2016, 03:05 minutes, Colour, French
2015, 72:26 minutes, Colour, English, French, Mohawk, Sámi, Anishinaabe and Inuktitut
2010, 02:32 minutes, colour, English
2010, 04:45 minutes, colour, English
2010, 05:41 minutes, B&W, English
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by . Fuse, Winter 2010, v. 33, no. 1.