Jacynthe Carrier and the Orchestre d’hommes-orchestres

Parade, 2015

Video and installation

Arising from a collaboration between Jacynthe Carrier and the LODHO, Parade is a multi-coloured collage, a palette of hues and states of mind that viewers alone are left to interpret. The work is thus a mirror for those contemplating it, revealing only what is projected into it.


Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, pavillon Pierre Lassonde

179, Grande Allée Ouest
418 643-2150



February 17 to March 14
Tuesday to Sunday – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday – 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Opening – February 17, 5 p.m.


© Jacynthe Carrier, Parade, 2015


Jacynthe Carrier and the Orchestre d’hommes-orchestres

(Quebec city, Canada)

Jacynthe Carrier has a master’s degree from Concordia University. She has shown her work in solo and group exhibitions in Quebec and elsewhere in Canada. Her works can be found in particular in the collections of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec and the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. Carrier is represented by Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran (Montreal).

L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres is an artists’ collective whose core is formed by Bruno Bouchard, Gabrielle Bouthillier, Jasmin Cloutier, Simon Drouin, Simon Elmaleh and Danya Ortmann. They have put on about 10 productions for the stage and for public places. The collective has thus given more than 400 shows in about 15 countries in America, Europe and Oceania. It was awarded the City of Toronto Glenn Gould Protégé Prize in 2013 and the Ville de Québec Prize in 2015.