Critical Writing Index

Words of Fire

by Daniel Baird

Canadian Art, Spring 2012, v. 29, no. 1, pp. 87-91

Baird talks with Canadian female artist Eve K. Tremblay about her most recent work Becoming Farenheit 451, as well as some previous works like Forbidden and In & Out the Memory Palace. Tremblay goes into detail about her childhood, the literary and theatrical references that have influenced her, and her fascination with memorization and analogue theories and practices. Baird highlights specific series that give way to this fascination, such as Day for Night and Honeymoons.

(Key Words: photography, video, memorization, memory, conceptual)

ITEM 2012.028 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Becoming Farenheit 451Eve K. Tremblay

ForbiddenEve K. Tremblay

ForgottenEve K. Tremblay

BibleEve K. Tremblay

Dancing BooksEve K. Tremblay

La baiser solitaireEve K. Tremblay

La reine des AulnesEve K. Tremblay

L'ange suspenduEve K. Tremblay

L'education sentimentaleEve K. Tremblay

La derniere gouteEve K. Tremblay

Day for NightEve K. Tremblay

HoneymoonsEve K. Tremblay

In & Out the Memory PalaceEve K. Tremblay

There is Dark Matter in Your Front YardEve K. Tremblay