With a practice that integrates words and images, Anne-Marie Proulx constructs documents that are situated between reality and imagination, history and fiction. Around a territory or a community, her work reflects on the numerous traces that accumulate through the passage of time and people. She holds an MA in Art History from Concordia University, where she also completed a BFA in Studio Arts after a year of attending NSCAD University. Her work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions (Capture Photography Festival, La Centrale, Darling Foundry, Panache art actuel, Regart, Skol). Her texts were published in many books and magazines (Ciel variable, Eastern Edge, Éditions du Renard, Esse, YYZ), and she presented lectures at conferences in Québec and internationally. She lives and works in Québec city, where she is Codirector of VU, centre de diffusion et de production de la photographie.

Survols, 2014.