Artist specialized in digital images, cyanotype and interactive poetry

Jean Paul Thomin is a Saint-Lambert artist specializing in interactive poetry and digital imagery. He also practices cyanotype, an old monochrome photographic-negative technique for producing Prussian blue photographic prints.

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With an individualized master’s degree in Arts, Creation and Technology from the Université de Montréal, he works – among other things – with images of flowers discarded in waste bins, and through his artwork, seeks to render the passage of time. His interest in the printed image and cyanotype developed after his studies, and he loves to work with cyanotype to create nebulous formations that highlight the fleeting nature of urban environments. Over time, he then discovered an ongoing interest in interactive poetry.