don’t get lonely don’t get lost
This is the much anticipated follow-up to Belliveau’s collection of zines, the great hopeful someday. This time around the book features full colour artwork and a series of texts the artist has been working on at various residencies around the world (including England’s Lake District and Newfoundland’s Fogo Island). The texts effortlessly blend poetry and prose in stories about the dogs of feminist icons and finding and losing love. On the flipside of the book is packaged with the narration of Margaret’s Mountain, Belliveau’s longest animated work to date, and a DVD of three new animations which have screened at countless festivals. This book / DVD will be the size and shape of a DVD case to appeal to both the art book audience and the indie film audience.
About the Author
Elisabeth Belliveau, (she/her)
b. Antigonish Nova Scotia
Based in Treaty 6 Territory —Amiskwacîwâskahikan, Edmonton AB
BFA Alberta University of the Arts, MFA Concordia University MTL.
Elisabeth is an artist and published author. Her studio work explores contemporary Still Life through a feminist lens. She employs close watching captured through moving image and sculpture. Her graphic novels unfold as diaristic, poetic reflections centered in sharing stories of women’s lives. Elisabeth has attended residencies including Tokyo Arts and Space, Studio Kura Itoshima, Ravi Belgium, Banff Center, Struts, KIAC, and the NFB/ ONF. Recent exhibitions include ‘Alone in the house’ at G44, MOMENTA Biennale de L’image, and Capture Photo, as well as an upcoming screening at Ordinary Day Film Festival in Stockholm.
DVD of Masters thesis animation (13min) included