“After making large installations I like to go back to the intimacy of printmaking”
Nadine Bariteau is a interdisciplinary artist whose practice is rooted in printmaking, sculpture, installation and video performance. Her works are studies of permanence and ephemerality in the interplay between human-made and natural environments. She is a graduate of Concordia University in Montréal and obtained her Masters of Fine Arts at York University in Toronto.
Nadine Bariteau – Artworks
Nadine Bariteau – 30sec film artists Q&A
- How do you usually get inspired again after working on a big project/painting?
- Do you collect things?
- What super power do you want to have?
- What do you fear the most?
- How do you come up with ideas?
- Is there a childhood experience that has helped shape the kind of work you do today?
How do you usually get inspired again after working on a big project/painting?
I always have more ideas that I have time
Do you collect things?
Natural things like dry sea weeds, shells, stones, animal bones etc.
What super power do you want to have?
Travel through time
What do you fear the most?
Swimming next to a whale
How do you come up with ideas?
Often at night if I can't sleep
Is there a childhood experience that has helped shape the kind of work you do today?
Discover nature through activities like hicking and camping
Behind the Scenes – Filmmaker’s Experience
This is my thrid filming artist in 401 richmond. I was invited to Open Studio an artist-run printmaking centre, where many old printing machines are in use. The beautiful silver printed paper is laying on the big table, shimmering under the light. She said that’s the true colour of ocean.
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