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Les souvenirs imaginés d’Entrequatreyeux

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Les souvenirs imaginés d’Entrequatreyeux

Durant tout l’été 2018, les jeunes du camp de jour Entrequatreyeux ont visité l’exposition Bharti Kher: Points de départ, points qui lient et ont participé à l’atelier de création Souvenirs imaginés de l’artiste Emily Jan. En arrivant à l’atelier, les campeurs apportait avec eux une photo significative de leur passé. Ils étaient ensuite invités à créer une assiette commémorative autour de cette image. Par le collage d'images et de tissus, et par la création de motifs faits avec de la peinture bleue de Prusse, ils exploraient la manière dont la mémoire et l'imaginaire peuvent investir les objets abandonnés, et aussi comment les objets domestiques peuvent basculer dans le cérémoniel ou le surréel.

Voici certaines œuvres créées durant l’été:

Daniel Fiset et Marie-Hélène Lemaire
DHC/ART Éducation

Photos: Éric Bergevin (couverture) et DHC/ART Éducation (assiettes)

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