THE COSMOS IN WHICH WE ARE  / Vision machine #2

Developed in residency at Daimon, Gatineau, Qc. (2009)
Exhibited at Sporobole, Sherbrooke, Qc. (2010)
Joyce Yahouda Gallery, Montréal, Qc. (2010)
Truck Gallery, Calgary, Alberta (2011)
Batiment d'art Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland (2012)
Neutral Ground, Regina, Sask. (2013)
Fonderie Darling, Montréal, Qc. (2013) / Mois de la photo / curator: Paul Wombell
Eastern Edge, St.John's, NFL. (2014)
Clay and Glass Museum, Waterloo, Ont. (2014) / curator: Krista Blake
Réseau Accès Culture: Pointe-aux-Trembles, Mont Royal and Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal, Qc. (2016)

Through uncommon viewing angles, the movement of orbiting frames and slipped images, my aim is to render the strangeness of the reality surrounding and containing us visible.
 An optical table on a tripod, manufactured in stainless steel, chromed plated steel and plexiglass. This motorized rotational filming device moves a surveillance camera through a slow hypocycloidal revolution: a rotation on the periphery of a rotation. When exhibited, video signals captured by the camera are projected on the wall behind the sculpture, creating a videographic mise en abyme of the space and the people around the machine. With this device, I have produced video clips and photographs: “Slipped Images”.

Project produced with the support of Conseil des arts et lettres du Québec.

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