Jacques Bilodeau's work is located on the periphery between art, architecture and design. His research on body, space and multifunctional habitats explores the architectural presuppositions associated with domestic life: how do we live within our private spaces? The objects he designs integrate and fuse into existing architectural elements, transforming space according to the moment's needs as determined by the user.
For more than twenty years Jacques Bilodeau's work has been exhibited in art and architecture centres nationally and internationally. In 2006 his work was the subject of an exhibition at University of Manitoba Faculty of Architecture; in the same year he participated in the Biennale d'art contemporain du Havre in France. In 2007 he participated in Artefact Urban Sculptures in Montreal and is preparing a book on his architectural and artistic production, scheduled for release in February 2008.
His major architectural projects include: Chateaubriand residence (2005-6) and Claude Cormier residence (2003-4). His work has been featured in publications such as Canadian Architect (2004); Azure (2001 & 2004), Objekt, Netherlands (2003); Canadian Interiors (2001); Work space design, Japan (1989(; Interior Magazine, USA (1988).