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To be content as a mother, you’ve got to love disorder. That bit of wisdom is embedded the title of Fréderique Ulman-Gagné’s current exhibition at La Centrale, one of Montreal’s artist-run centres with a feminist mandate. Aimer le Désordre showcases seventeen paintings depicting the artist’s role as a mother. By collaborating with her son, Ulman-Gagné creates dynamic works that speak of balance, routine, and the celebration of motherhood in contemporary art.