Montreal, Canada
Gisele Amantea's installations use materials and formats drawn from popular culture to explore questions related to women, class, nostalgia, history and memory. Materially rich, her work also considers notions of ornament and decoration in relation to architectural space. Educated at the Univerisity of Calgary and the University of Puget Sound, with a background in sculptural ceramics, she has exhibited widely in Canada and other countries. Her work is included in numerous collections including the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Red Horizontal, on the False Creek North seawall, in Vancouver, was her first public art commission in 2005. From 1995 - 2012 she was on the faculty in the Studio Arts Department at Concordia University in Montreal where she taught interdisciplinary approaches to art-making.
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Gisele Amantea
Gisele Amantea
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