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Exhibition of Memorial Concepts

Artist(s): Judith Brisson.3, Canada

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Proposal Title: Masscre of the Black Madonna by means of Depleted Uranium, 02/20/2009, Painting

Proposal Synopsis: The function of the artist is to disturb. His duty is to arouse the sleepers, to shake the complacent. He reminds the world of its dark ancestry, shows the world its present, and points the way to its birth. He is at once the product of and preceptor of his time. After his passage, we are troubled and made unsure of our too easily-accepted realities. He makes uneasy the static, the set and the still. In a world terrified of change, he preaches revolution ?? the principle of life. He is an agitator, a disturber of the peace ?? quick, impatient, positive, restless and disquieting. He is the creative spirit working in the soul of man. -Norman Bethune

Artist's Biography: Born on the east island of Montreal, Judith Brisson started drawing at the age of two. Being of both French Canadian and Newfoundland heritage, she has been able to tap into both solitudes that make up Quebec??s distinct society. Judith spent many years of her childhood in the silent act of drawing, observing and recording. In the 1980??s, she lived and worked in Mexico as a fabric artist. Today, Judith is a multidisciplinary artist who has used her works to support different human rights and volunteer organisations and has written several articles on human rights, Mexican politics and economic justice.

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