Camille Jodoin-Eng’s visual voice speaks of the physical and psychological, conscious and unconscious, microscopic and cosmic, science and spirituality, past and future. The omnipresent lattice of connectivity between things that is understood innately. The architecture of a body is presented as a house for energy. Stairs, arches, hallways, and a maze: mirrored portals create a visual feedback loop, a constant rhythm, expanding infinitely - a visual heartbeat.
When words fail, other ways to emote emerge to bridge universal experience and personal reality. Jodoin-Eng’s studio practice revolves around a personal language of symbols that express the intuitive and emotional. Using mirrored structures, light, plastic, metal, wood, drawings and digital processes she creates a psychic space that stretches beyond its physical constraints, inverting and reflecting itself into infinitude.
Camille Jodoin-Eng (b.1991) is an artist based in Toronto. Select exhibitions include: Plaza (The Gladstone Art Hut), Athenaeum (Project Gallery) and Trident (Little Sister Gallery). Her work has recently been featured by Vice and CBC. She completed her BFA at OCAD University (2014), and is represented by Art Works Consulting.