Renée Charron studied Architecture at McGill University (Montreal), Fine Arts and Art Education at Concordia University (Montreal), where she also obtained her MA degree. She is presently part-time professor of Drawing at the faculty of Architecture, and of Design at the faculty of Interior Design at the University of Montreal while pursuing a Doctorate degree in Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies at Concordia University. Her multi-disciplinary practice probes the interval between rhythms and their corporeal manifestations in view of architecture and has lead to collaborations with musicians, dancers, and visual artists.
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In the event of Re-sounding Movements, drawing resonates across the vital spaces of the in-between, attempting to capture the felt vitality of passages forming ... More