2012-2013 | Drummondville, Montréal, St-Jean-Port-Joli (QC_CA)




  • Charlotte Panaccio-Letendre

Impermanence presents a body of photographic, video and installational work that deals with an oft-explored subject in the arts: our environment, and how we apprehend our surroundings and our rapport with the world. Reaffirming its relevance to the preoccupations of contemporary art, the modern landscape presents itself in light of its precariousness and impermanence. Media artists have produced six recent works for this exhibition, employing current technologies and bringing a contemporary perspective to one of art history’s major genres. At once a touring exhibition on the island of Montreal and a media arts mediating endeavour for new audiences, this project is founded on preoccupations that are central to Perte de Signal.