24 MONTREAL ARTISTS. WE ASKED THEM A FEW QUESTIONS IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND THEIR VISION AND THEIR EXPERIENCE OF ROMEO’S MUSEUM, CANADA’S FIRST URBAN ART MUSEUM!

Q: How does it feel to be here with 23 other artists?

A: Well, it’s interesting even if I haven’t seen them that much. I guess we will meet the at the opening.

Q: How does it feel to create and work in a staircase?

A: For me, the place has no importance, it could be outside or inside a wall is a wall.

Q: What is a museum for you?

A: It’s a place where we can find artworks and artifacts.
Maxilie Martel is a young multidisciplinary artist born in Montreal. Towards the end of her studies, she began to take an interest in the world of street art and graffiti, which she found more free and intuitive. Today she practices street art, painting, sculpture, installation and performative art.

LA FOULE

As a muralist from a metropolis, I am interested in the people who make up our communities. Constantly growing communities, in small spaces, give way to an overpopulation of places, an overflow. Thus a crowd exist, pile up and share the same territory.
-Mono sourcil