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Julie Favreau lives and works in Montreal and Berlin. Her works are open stories meant to induce a state of heightened sensory awareness in the viewer – statements for a return to concentration, focus, intuition and tactility. In her videos, choregraphies, sculptures and photography, eroticism and female gaze are approached as a form of power. She is interested in exploring the erotic texture of the world, the way animate and inanimate things touch and affect one another. Next projects will look at how spiritual and sexual power have a role to play as vital forces in the imminent encounter between the bodies of late capitalism and the augmented human. Venues of her recent and futures exhibitions include: Casino du Luxembourg, Tropez (Berlin), Galerie im Marstall (Ahrensburg), House of Egorn (Berlin), Division Gallery (Montreal), Koffler (Toronto), Arsenal (Nyc), BF15 (Lyon), Künstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin), Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Darling Foundry (Montreal), Edinburgh Art Festival – Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. She was the recipient of the Pierre-Ayot Award 2014 and Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Fellowship in Contemporary Art 2012. Favreau was listed for the Sobey Art Award in 2018.