My practice focuses on creating highly poetic and conceptual projects through painting, sculpture and installation. I work with traditional mediums as well as recovered materials. Whether on paper, canvas, wood, any other physical support or in three-dimensional form, I seek to exploit and transform the raw material by an intuitive and spontaneous approach. I am first interested in the poetic expression that evolves through the conceptual aspect of the project. I am also interested in establishing a correlation between "body, material, object, state of being and movement". What matters most to me is to orient my approach so that the work is not frame in a single perception thus allowing full freedom of interpretation.
Anne-Marie Giroux is a Montréal-based emerging visual artist. She earned her BFA from Concordia University and is a provincially and nationally awarded artist. Her works are part of private and public collections, notably at MONA, Museum of New Art in Detroit. In 2019, she was one of the 52 finalists, selected from across Canada, for the biennal competition SALT SPRING NATIONAL ART PRIZE in British Columbia. Since 2013, she has exhibited in the United State, Canada, Switzerland and South Korea. In August 2021, she was selected "ARTIST TO WATCH" by the Magazine ArtConnect.