Blurring the Line Between Disruption and Diversion

Matthew Williston (Moncton), Christiana Myers (St-Jean) et Martin Dufrasne (Montréal) Négocier le territoire avec l’art public non permanent

On September 26, at the Symposium’s round table on approaches to non-permanent public art works, several diverging points of view and objectives were presented and discussed.  Among those, some of the most interesting questions were those surrounding the relationship of the organizers to the artists and to their public, as well as questions about trust,… Continue reading Blurring the Line Between Disruption and Diversion

A Most Ethereal and Ephemeral Type of Mural

Denis Lanteigne

If you were to wander behind the towering building of Lafrance on a sunny afternoon during the symposium, you might have caught a glimpse of a most ethereal and ephemeral type of mural. Denis Lanteigne’s La face cachée du Soleil: metamorphoses trio (which translates to The Hidden Face of the Sun: Trio Metamorphoses) is an… Continue reading A Most Ethereal and Ephemeral Type of Mural