Born in Montreal, Sylvia DiLore (formerly known as Solo) travelled the world, building a collection of shapes, hues and images that inspire her to this day. Advocating rigour, reflection and research, for Sylvia, art and the individual are related, as they developed together. Sylvia began her career within the collective, Triad. Together, they published Une chance qu’on s’a, an illustrated book in which the words of Jean-Pierre Ferland mingle with the images of the Triad artists. A portion of the sales were donated to charitable causes.