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Les Grosses Têtes is part of the 150th anniversary celebrations of the Canadian Confederation and aims sto promote Francophone multiculturalism. The project will begin with the production of Big Heads and will culminate with the parades of these in several festivities. Each Grosse Tête will represent a Francophone culture of Franco-Albertan, European, African, Métis, and Arabic.
May 23 – July 1
Vivacité territoriale is a photographic installation inspired by the specificities of the regions the artist lived in, Kamouraska and Montreal, during an artist residency. The two diametrically opposed realities come together and question the relationship that each individual has with his environment.