Geneviève Dupont-Daigneault's work suggests landscapes that questions relations between man and the territory. Presented as paintings, this work is a mix between many techniques alternating among painting, photography, digital croping and screenprinting.
The cutting of the landscape is a central element of her research. Photography allows the artist to capture fragments of the world that become anchor points of her painting with reality. The resulting landscapes inspire an abstract treatement of the painting carrying movement. This proccess refers to the transformation of places and their impermanence.
The matter carries a sensitive load that schematizes the history and experiense of the poetic places the artist invents.