The surprising series of photomontages "Insects of Suriname" by the artist Dominique Paul exposed by Miyako Yoshinaga depicts an extraordinary and psychedelic world worthy of a painting by Jerôme Bosch. The idea of ​​metamorphosis and hybridity of the body being central in his work. Dominique Paul transforms "insects" by fragmentation, mutation and games of scaling the bodies the men from Suriname, the least densely populated country in South America.
Nexus Media News by Owen Agnew : Article and Short video filmed in the South Bronx during the May 6th 2017 Janes' Jacob environmental justice walk. I was participating with the Air Quality wearable.
Air Quality wearable at Meyzeek Middle school and downtown Air Quality walk, IDEASxLab residency in Louisville and New York, thanks to the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. Photo courtesy of IDEASx Lab
Story on local NPR blog
June 12th 2017, walk is part of an artist residency with IDEASxLab in New York and Louisville thanks to the support of the Canada Council for the Arts
Video documenting the walk on June 12th 2017
The walk is part of an artist residency with IDEASxLab in New York and Louisville thanks to the support of the Canada Council for the Arts
Wearable Artwork Raises Awareness about Air Quality
Wearing the Increasing Revenue Gap dress at chashama benefit gala, June 2016. Photo credits Joe Schildhorn
The Increasing Revenue Gap dress is presenting CEO earnings vs the employees average salary. The front presents 1965 ratio of CEO earning 20 times the average employee and the back, 2013, CEO earning 296 times average employee, dress made in 2014.
Article on artwork at Marie Saint Pierre's Falgship store, Wynwood, Miami
1er au 25 mai 2014 Galerie d'art d'outremont
See: Dominique Paul’s Cool, Wearable Sculptures
Greenburger Collection by N. Hegert presents two photographs of Insects of Surinam 19 Window installation as a light box
Scroll down and see the first plastic bags dress and the helmet for Méduse
White dress at the New Museum White Party
White plastic bags dress : Concept is one piece of netting, theme is festive
Review of Exhibition at Laurentides MOCA (MAC des Laurentides), Fall 2012
Review by Ron Mwangaguhunga of my works exhibited at the AC Institute last March-April 2012, Chelsea, New York
Video at Eric Devlin's Gallery