Human language and its symbols
The works of Canadian-Bulgarian artist Krasi Dimtch will be exhibited at MIFO's Eugène-Racette art gallery in June. Ms. Dimtch develops atypical ways of representing human language and its symbols.
His photographs are "hybrid" works resulting "from the symbiosis between his imagination and a personalized software that generates sentences and represents them as visual motifs and musical sounds", explains the Orleans Francophone Engagement Movement (MIFO) .
Some can be admired in the virtual gallery of the Eugène-Racette art gallery. A free vernissage will take place on Friday, June 7th at 7 pm to 9 pm (6600, Carrière Street, Orleans), in the presence of the artist.
For further information: 613-830-6436; mifo.ca