*시간을 바라보는 파사드 [ Fontaine,Fortin,Labelle ] Petit Vie, Quebec City, Canada

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장소의 시간을 복제합니다. 과거의 장소와 현재의 시간을 연결합니다. 역사적인 시간의 켜가 고스란히 남겨져 있는 도시의 성곽, 그 보행로 사이에 자리한 설치물은 이곳 풍경과 다소 어울리지 않는 파스텔 컬러의 독특한 형상으로 사람들을 맞이 합니다. 초대된 사람들은 두개의 설치물 사이에 디자인된 거울을 통해 무한히 반복되는 장소를 경험합니다. 이 경험을 통해 처음 낮설게 느껴졌던 막은 사라지고, 도시의 또다른 풍경이 보행자의 시점에 따라 다르게 읽혀지고, 쓰여집니다. 그러면 설치작가의 이야기처럼 껍데기에 대한 허상은 사라지고, 본질만 남게 됩니다.

reviewed by SJ,오사


As part of “Les Passages Insolites”, a public art festival curated by EXMURO arts publics in Quebec City, the collective Fontaine/Fortin/Labelle presents the installation Petit Vie.

“In the vacuum rhythmed by the sound of the streets, a wall exhibits its personality. Its facade invites passersby to question their role in the city’s architectural landscape.” they explain.



until November 2, 2015
Petit Vie, Quebec City, Canada
Design: Fontaine/Fortin/Labelle (Francis Fontaine, Luca Fortin, Pascal Labelle)
Client: Les Passages Insolites
Budget: 12 500$ CAD

“The wall pretends to be the city. How can we distinguish reality from fiction? Why so many ornamentations? Do we consume human relationships as we consume architecture? Judging on the surface?

Yet there are perceptible clues. The passage between the openings is a reminder of the relationship between the inside and the outside. A different space. The awareness that beyond the surface hides a story. The edge of the wall is a space of its own, a passage that recalls the thickness of the walls around. Is such thickness necessary or are we being played? The inside of the installation laughs at its surroundings. A place of its own contained between two walls, an ode to the unusual. A game, a theater set… inside a theater set?

At Place-Royale, facades are talking and telling stories. Life stories.”










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