Bilateral Inflection – Momoko Allard

Bilateral Inflection is an open-ended narrative inspired by a recent human interest news story about a misguided peacock landing unannounced at a Nova Scotia farm and trying to court the hens, much to the displeasure of the roosters. In this version, there are no roosters or peacocks… just hens, and they are both in on the game.

Momoko Allard

Momoko Allard

Momoko Allard

Momoko Allard

Momoko Allard

Momoko Allard is a Montreal-based artist (and former economics major) working in photography and drawing. By day she fills forms and spreadsheets at Concordia University and by night she photographs models of dream architecture built out of stuff in her kitchen. 2009 exhibitions include Solitary Crowding at the FOFA Gallery in Montreal and an upcoming group show at Galeria Taishougura in Tottori, Japan. http://www.momokoallard.com

Submitted by Tania Huerta (not verified) on Wed, 09/09/2009 – 02:55.

Hi Momoko,

Great drawings, Congrats! 😀

tania

Submitted by Eloisa (not verified) on Sat, 09/05/2009 – 17:17.

Great drawings, Momoko, really love them. The computer ones are fabulous, the one with the city is a bit unsettling with the upside-down thing, awesome.

Submitted by Paulina Anaya (not verified) on Tue, 09/08/2009 – 06:23.

GREAT!!!!!
GAMBATE!!!
Positive Vibration!!