Caroline Monnet

Using geometric shapes inspired by traditional Anishinaabe patterns, the territory is divided, reassembled and fragmented in a dynamic series of motions. The ages-old patterns are related to long-suppressed Indigenous knowledge. They represent unknown lands, invisible boundaries and
transitional spaces.

Produced by the Partnership of Quartier des spectacles

QUéBEC, Canada | 0 minutes | 2019


Saturday October 19, 2019

Pavillon Président-Kennedy de l’UQAM (facade)
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