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Sophie Jodoin – You have to kill a whole to get a little

Multimedia artist Sophie Jodoin installed an exhibition entitled You have to kill a whole to get a little in 2011 at OBORO located in Montreal, Quebec. This show addressed the personal suffering of people who have survived both life and war. Her stark minimalistic collaged photos and digital prints are further manipulated with various techniques to create pieces that represent a combination of fact and fiction. Many of her other works are also about war and children, including The Cherished Ones, the artist’s personal exploration of children and their childhood friends, these haunting images emerge from blood red and pink stained backgrounds. See more after the jump!


Multimedia artist Sophie Jodoin installed an exhibition entitled You have to kill a whole to get a little in 2011 at OBORO located in Montreal, Quebec. This show addressed the personal suffering of people who have survived both life and war. Her stark minimalistic collaged photos and digital prints are further manipulated with various techniques to create pieces that represent a combination of fact and fiction. Many of her other works are also about war and children, including The Cherished Ones, the artist’s personal exploration of children and their childhood friends, these haunting images emerge from blood red and pink stained backgrounds.




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