Tracé lumineux

It was at the Musée régional de Rimouski that I created the installation Tracé lumineux, in 2013. The proximity of the river, which here opens widely as if it was the sea, led me to work with regional material; ropes made in Gaspésie.
Occupying the attic of the old church that now houses the museum, the work forming a regular grid can be accessed through two entry doors which places the spectator either directly under the structure or directly at its feet.

When darkness sets in, the cables turn into a luminous labyrinth floating in space …

Carl Johnson acted as curator of this exhibition. A leaflet (see below) has been published for the occasion.

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L'espace d'une vie
Nature humaine
Artothèque de Caen