A science-fiction story inspired by photo novels and comics about the planet’s last known iceberg.
Several of Andréanne Godin’s works underline the extent to which the territory is embedded in our memory, through memories of daily or seasonal activities that crystallize as sediment in our psyche(1). Her work also attests to the mourning and uprooting that affect the fullness of this intimate geology. Last text of a series in two… Continue reading Terrestrial Psyche. Mourning and Uprooting
What about the relationship between humans and territories, their mutual histories and the feeling of territoriality? Are they indicative of our complex, sometimes intimate, relationships to the places we live in, frequent or visit? First text of a two-part series.
My father was a geologist and my childhood was steeped in the scientific vocabulary specific to his field. To me, words like igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rock embody the hard kernel of my father, his fascination with apparently inert matter and his singular awareness of long duration.
The current edition of the Banlieue! Triennial looks at the presence of nature in North American suburbs, praised for their natural setting.
A review of Mathieu Cardin’s exhibition, presented at the artist center L’Œil de poisson in Quebec City at the end of 202, published in the n° 266 (Spring 2022) of Vie des arts.