Mehnaz is an Industrial designer with Interactive Design experience. She has been working in design industry both in Europe and Canada for more than two decades in various areas of design such as manufacturing, store planning, furniture design, interaction design and jewellery design.
Regardless of the venue, or the technique, Claire Brunet's sculpture reveals an interest in the social aspect of culture. Her recent art is less about the relation of forms to space, or the three-dimensional modeling of art, even the surface appearance of elements. More often, it concerns itself with issues that are central to today's society: health, environment, and identity. Her art affirms these concerns with what could be called a displaced realism, something that offers clues to this sculptor's general and philosophical level of inquiry into life. John K. Grande, art critic
Monday, May 19, 2008 - 4:00am to Thursday, May 22, 2008 - 4:00am
OCAD Faculty member Claire Brunet will present her talk "The context of sculpture generated by digital technology"
The application of a digital language in art will contribute to the development of a broader creative approach and will allow artists to experience a fusion, a spontaneous relationship with their medium of creation, expanding traditional hands-on approach to form, through an innovative use of 3D computer technologies and other relevant digital modeling system technologies.
My sculpture/installation art projects will question and layout the context of sculpture generated by digital technology. My sculpture/installation projects will develop around contemporary environmental issues and will aim to create an interaction with the viewer.
How can nature and science—the message and the medium—demonstrate unlimited creative possibilities?