I draw that which dwells, invisible, within appearances. It is a question of letting another reading emerge, that of reality askew, deformed, sometimes monstrous, always fragile. In traversing all these areas, the drawing becomes a translation of the human condition.
Pascaline Knight expresses herself primarily through a confluence of writing, drawing and printing. She has recently silk-screened an illustrated short story, A Knight’s Move ou l’Émergence de la Chrysalide, at GRAFF, for which she received a grant from the CALQ and another from the CCA. Clothing and alleyways have seen more of her work than have gallery walls, though she exhibited her work at the Maison de Culture Petite Patrie in 2003, and in 2009 participated in DARE-DARE’s OFF-Biennial, at Atelier Punkt, in Montreal, she also presented her kerchief book, Speckled With Pores, which was acquired by the Bibliothèque Nationale du Québec. She holds a BFA from Concordia University.
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