François Quévillon


This second iteration of François Quévillon’s Érosions invites us to explore spaces located on the coast of the St. Lawrence River and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The disaggregations, deformations, distortions, and stratifications of the visual and the sound evoke the geomorphology of coastal landscapes and their transformation processes. The work connects different spaces and plays on the physiological and psychological effects of virtual reality, such as sensations of disorientation and disembodiment. The formal aspect of these landscapes, composed of millions of small particles, amplifies this reference to immateriality, making all the more unreal our relationship to this moving environment —on the brink of transmutation—that time works to metamorphose.

This artwork is presented as a world premiere.