Ève K Tremblay (born 1972 in Ste-Agathe-des-Monts) grew up between Val-David and Montreal. After studies in French Literature at the University of Montreal she attended The Neighborhood Playhouse School of The Theater in New York. She completed a BFA with photography major at Concordia University in Montreal in 2000. During the past 10 years she has lived and worked between Montreal, Berlin, New York metropolitan area and attended many artists residencies such as the iaab (Basel), CEAAC (Strasbourg) and Residency Unlimited (New York). The thematic of consciousness is explored in her works with a poetic twist, inspired by literature, theater, cinema and science. Most pieces are photographs and videos including her friends, family members and scientists. In 2007 she started a process-based cycle of works entitled EKTBF451/EKTFF451, broadening her practice to other mediums such as videos, performances, books, mixed medias, and image transfers on ceramics. Her works have been published and exhibited namely at the National Museum of Fine Arts of Québec, MACVAL, Bergen Kunsthall, Kunstraum Kreuzberg, in the Quebec Triennial at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Montreal, the Prague Biennale and Momentum 7, the Nordic Biennale. She exhibited recently with her father Alain-Marie Tremblay in Ça!, a show she curated at Le Musée d'art contemporain des Laurentides in St-Jérôme, QC. Her works were included in Exercises de lecture, curated by Katrie Chagnon at the Leonard Bina Ellen Art Gallery in Montreal. A video and an archive of her work cycle EKTBF451/EKTFF451 are currently on view in Bibliologia (The Book as Body), curated by Drorit Gur Arie et Raphael Sigal at the Petach Tikva Museum of Art in Israel. She lives and works between Montreal and New York metropolitain (Union City,NJ).