Chloé Beaulac

Destination: Nowhere

March 25, 2015 - June 2, 2015

I want DARE-DARE’s trailer to be perceived as a pit stop on a journey to nowhere. I chose excerpts from my personal travels on the roads and highways of Quebec, captured moments that seemed to me to be capable of reinventing the trailer’s function.

For a moment, let yourself be transported into the imaginary of a potato shack, a beanery, a sanctuary, or a campsite office such you might see or visit while on a road trip.

In my day-to-day life, I take pleasure in creating artworks that I believe are relevant, personal and playful.



Chloé Beaulac is a multidisciplinary artist. She graduated in 2010 from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in Print Media. Understanding and depicting our role in nature and history is at the heart of Beaulac's artistic pursuit. In the manner of an explorer, she travels a territory letting it infuse her with its history, myths, and personalities. Having shared these encounters with nature, Beaulac can allow her audience to relive an awakening of the senses through her artworks. By virtue of this process, Beaulac offers her audience supernatural environments to explore at their own accord. Beaulac's artwork can be found in many private and public collections, both in Canada and internationally. She has also received numerous prizes and distinctions for her creations and research.

Past Projects

January 21, 2015
Marie-Andrée Poulin The idea was inspired by past collaboration with the Kahnawake community. For the project, my desire is to create a symbolic dialogue between colonist and Iroquois communities.
November 1, 2014
DARE-DARE RADIO To increase and refine its field of action, DARE-DARE innovates this year and grafts a punctual radio component to its programming. It will allow us to extend the territories explored by artists and to push further the furtive and infiltrating modes of presence of art in the real world.
November 1, 2014
Mélissa Simard and Camilche Cardenas Minorité invisible must be listened to with a blindfold. The project's subject is the dissemination and poeticization of the sound territory, the search for the invisible. This radio triptych is composed of an experience of urban strolling in the company of three people living with a visual handicap.
November 1, 2014
ADRIANA DISMAN INTIMACY WITH FEAR I invite you to invite me to the place where you live. I invite you to invite me to explore your objects, your space...ask you questions we will negotiate what I am allowed to look at, you will show me things that are important to you, I will look inside your books, your sock drawer, you will tell me about the coffee table that belonged to your mother... we will talk about fear. We will talk about fear.
October 21, 2014
VINCENT CHARLEBOIS Bags of gravel are transported and dumped in a public place to form a mound of rock. A wheelbarrow was brought so that the shovel could collect the gravel to move it to the next location. This operation is repetitive and without any other purpose other than to move a stack of rocks. When the worker is exhausted, the gravel is left in place until the next shoveling session.
October 16, 2014
AURÉLIE PEDRON Performative encounter with: Simiuni Nauya and Ariane Boulet, Alexane Tremblay, Ariane Boisvert-Garceau and Marc-André Goulet.