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Elisabeth Belliveau

Country(activity based):
Visual Art


Born in 1979 Graduated from Concordia University in 2009.
Recent 5 main activities are

1. 2017 / Truck Gallery/ Calgary Alberta and FOFA Gallery Montreal Quebec
2. 2016/ Holland Animation Film Festival /Shortlist nominee HAFFtube
3. 2014/ Melbourne International Animation Festival
4. 2015/ One year in America, graphic novel published by Conundrum Press, Finalist for Doug Wright Award
5. 2013/ Alberta Biennial

Belliveau is a Montreal based Interdisciplinary artist and published author of four graphic novels. Her work has been screened and exhibited internationally. She has attended residencies including the Banff Centre for the arts, Women's Studio Workshop NY and the National Film Board of Canada among others. Her work has been generously supported by Conseil des Arts et des Lettres Quebec, Canada Council for the Arts, Alberta Foundation for the Arts, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and NY State Council on the Arts. She was awarded the CALQ and Federation Wallonie Bruxelles studio residency in Belgium in 2015.

About works / performance


Animation Still image, 2015 4 mins


Animation Still image 2015 5 mins


Animation projection 2016 11 mins


Anghiari studies
Studio Installation, scented ink stained paper, dried fruit pits, figs, ribbon, string , oyster shells, mint, foam.
© RAVI Liege Beligium


Objects Installation- Bronze and aluminum cast spoons, almonds, cones, bronzed waffle, paper ephemera, mirror
© Banff Centre for the Arts


Objects Installation- Bronze and aluminum cast spoons and Twig
© Banff Centre for the Arts


Elisabeth Belliveau’s interdisciplinary practice braids art history and everyday life, employing intuition, curiosity and material exploration. Her recent stop-motion work takes the form of a trilogy exploring themes of still-life and momento mori. Each of the three animations begin with a quote from the Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector : “All the world began with a yes. One molecule said yes to another molecule and life was born.”