5455, avenue de Gaspé, rez-de-chaussée - espace 109
October 19 to December 16 2017
Tues–Wed–Fri–Sat: noon to 5pm
Thursday: noon to 7pm
The exhibition features an installation by Hubert Caron-Guay concerning the passage of Mexican migrants over the American border that, in connection with a 1996 film by Lisl Ponger, offers a dismaying vision of a largely unchanged situation while raising numerous questions surrounding the right to observe. In concurrence, a work by Hillside Projects examines the precarious situation of a migratory bird facing extinction… a particularly resonant metaphor.
Hubert Caron-Guay's installation is complentary to his film Destierros presented during the festival.
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