Dominique Blain’s art practice examines power relations and the effects of colonialism and transmigration to identify and denounce social and political injustice. Working from found images, archival photographs and familiar objects, she restores the significance and impact that has been lost through their use or abuse by the media. Her sculptural practice is remarkable for its material and symbolic strength and for its universal quality.

<em>Dominique Blain</em>, 1987
Dominique Blain, 1987
Dominique Blain, 1987 © Richard-Max Tremblay • Photo: Richard-Max Tremblay