Sarah Wendt and Pascal Dufaux share an art practice that takes form in sculpture, media art, installation and dance. Their collaborative methodology seeks to imbue their projects with strange forms of temporality and heightened articulations of labour to draw forward an environment that melds science fiction to reality.

Ectoplasmic studies
2021 - upcoming
Installation: one-channel video projection, photo assemblage, buckwheat husks, ping pong balls, plywood, glue, fabric, plastic, mirror, plaster, steel, micro-glass beads, cardboard, foam

An installation and video of auto-generative forms that gathers our collaboration with sculptural objects, choreography + improvisation.

A dialogue that examines transfers of energy and movement into solid forms. Our measure is Ectoplasm (from the Greek ektos, meaning "outside", and plasma, meaning "something formed or moulded”). Inside a visual language and space we discover a metaphor for our process of transformation. Our performance becomes a sculpture - a sort of permanent (non-permanent) state.


Exhibitions (upcoming):

Récits Naturels at the Musée d’Art Contemporaine des Laurentides. St. Jerome, Quebec, (Canada), 2021. Curated by Aseman Sabet.

Supported by: Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec 

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