Caroline Loncol Daigneault
Caroline Loncol Daigneault is an author, researcher and curator. A member of the editorial board of ETC, she edited a feature on the spiritual in contemporary art and supervised a joint publication with the magazine L’art même (Brussels). Over the past decade, she has published several articles and written a critical essay in the catalogue of artist Michael Fernandes published by the MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels). A large part of her research explores phenomenological avenues in order to reflect on environmental issues in the visual arts. Interested in the hybrid forms of writings on art, she developed the Laboratoire parcellaire (“Fragmented laboratory”), an author residency at OBORO, which resulted in an eponymous book published by La Peuplade that she supervised. In 2012, she was curator at the Biennale de sculpture in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, an event themed around “hospitality,” as well as for ELLE MARCHE blue mountain, an OBORO exhibition with artist Vida Simon.