Jean-Philippe Luckhurst-Cartier

Biography

Jean-Philippe Luckhurst-Cartier is a multidisciplinary action artist that works with appropriation and art pedagogy, slyly exploring history and the everyday. Context itself is the base material of Luckhurst-Cartier’s projects; whether brought to light through the use of found objects, installation, painting or performance, the private and public spaces he explores serve as starting point for personal, micropolitical and often surprising reflections. His works have been presented by organizations such as Espace Projet, Articule, Péristyle Nomade, Cercle-Carré, la Maison des arts de Laval, la Maison de la Culture Maisonneuve, Off-RIAP and a forthcoming project will be presented by Folie Culture in Québec City.

http://jpluckhurst.wix.com/jplc

Photo credit for the profil picture: Le Petit Russe
Selected works

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St-Roch : De la Couronne/Charest/Dorchester/Saint-Vallier et Hector Fabre, performance for OFF-RIAP : Mauvaise posture, l’Atelier du roulement à billes, Québec, 2014.
Photo Emmanuelle Duret
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Métropolitaine Collage, performance for De la théâtralité à la preformativité from Pascale Tremblay, Espace Projet, with Julie Berson, 2014.
Photo Annie Auger
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Médéric Martin per form, performance for la Boîte à Méditation Variable of Péristyle Nomade, Médéric Martin park, 2013.
image: video still