Suzanne Cormier will be presenting a series of bright and beautiful mobiles made with wood and acrylic/plexiglass, hanging at The Cap. Antidepressants, anti-anxiety medication and ADHD pills compose these mobiles, each one having a different combination of pills included.
Born in Moncton, New Brunswick, Suzanne Cormier graduated from Université de Moncton with a Bachelor of Visual Arts with specializations in printmaking and painting in 2018. Her works have been part of exhibitions at the Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen, the Galerie Sans Nom, and the Imago Gallery. Suzanne’s work À la recherche du cocktail can be seen in the Psyche edition of the CreatedHere magazine of March 2020. Through her art, she explores the themes of women suffering from mental illness and neurological disorders, as well as medication use and stigma. She invites the audience to feel moments of unbalanced emotions by referring them to her personal experiences with ADHD, anxiety, and depression.
362 Queen Street, E3B 1B2
- The Cap patio requires climbing 4 stairs, and the Wilser's Room/Nest Patios require climbing a full set of stairs. Cap washrooms require climbing an additional 3 stairs. Wilser's Room washrooms require climbing an additional 6 stairs total. - If you use a wheelchair or walking aid, please e-mail email@example.com before the show so we can prepare adequate space for you. - Washrooms in The Cap and Wilser's Room are all-gender, and 1 at a time. - All attendees are screened for symptoms and travel history upon entrance; contact tracing is meticulously collected. - The Cap Safer Spaces policy is in place for the duration of the event. - Pets are not allowed on the patios during events, to ensure the comfort and safety of the animals. Service animals allowed with proper verification and demarcation.