Category Archives: installations_en

Utica Project

Utica Project1991wall sculpturefound objects, wood, photographs, steel, polyurethane150 x 150 x 15 cmcreated during a residency at Sculpture Space, Utica (New York)collection: Chambre de commerce de Québecdocumentation: – photo©Diane Landry 1991Biennale Découverte 1991, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (Quebec, Canada).Project built upon a harvest/sampling journey made at Sculpture Space, Utica (New York). The […]

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Parallel Strategy

Parallel Strategy1992-93installationmixed media60 x 400 x 350 cmdocumentation: – photo©Diane Landry 1996Stratégie parallèle, Espace F, Matane (Quebec, Canada).1994Stratégie parallèle, Séquence, Chicoutimi (Quebec, Canada).1993Stratégie parallèle, centre VU, Quebec City (Quebec, Canada).Parallel Strategy retraces the route along Saint-Jean Street in Quebec City. Far from being a documentary statement, this work would be best described as an assembling of […]

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St.Wendel und Umgebung

St. Wendel und Umgebung1993installation-performancemixed media60 x 300 x 250 cmdocumentation: – photo©Sylvie Buissière 1993Bildhauersymposion 1993, Museum St. Wendel, St. Wendel and Stadtgalerie, Saarbrücken (Germany).An installation made for the St. Wendel Sculpture Symposium. The pictures and objects were taken in 33 small towns around St. Wendel: a picture of the church door and a picture of the […]

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ABBox

ABBox, created with Jocelyn Robert1992-93interactive installationchairs, voltage-MIDI interface, computer, sound synthesisers, modified domestic appliancesvariable: about 4 x 4 mdocumentation: – photo©Diane Landry – video camera©Jocelyn Robert – video editing©Diane Landry 2005(excerpt from the installation), Jocelyn Robert. L’inclinaison du regard, Galerie de l’UQAM, Montreal (Quebec, Canada).1993ABBox, Diane Landry and Jocelyn Robert, Obscure, Quebec City (Quebec, Canada).1992Computers and […]

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Cold Mineral Water

Cold Mineral Water1994mixed mediaobject: 50 x 50 x 23 cmprojection: about 250 x 300 cmdocumentation: – photo©Diane Landry 1994Lauréats de la Fondation Découverte, Galerie d’art du Palais Montcalm, Quebec City (Quebec, Canada).A steel vase and sixty different acrylic lenses create an imposing wall projection. A rotating turntable with a glass jar on its platter casts a […]

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Urban Dessert

Urban Dessert1994mixed mediaobject : 170 x 87 x 52 cmprojection : about 640 x 430 cmdocumentation : – photo©Diane Landry 1994Lauréats de la Fondation Découverte, Galerie d’art du Palais Montcalm, Quebec City (Quebec, Canada).

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The Promise

The Promise1994Duraclear, acrylic, steel, halogen lightingobject: 20 x 23 x 1 cmprojection: about 320 x 360 cmdocumentation: – photo©Diane Landry 1996Humeur à patiner, Espace Virtuel, Chicoutimi (Quebec, Canada).This very small object produces a sizeable projection, whose dimensions I am easily able to control. The image on the wall swings lightly, a movement produced by the simple […]

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The Snow-Table

The Snow-Table1996motorized sculpturewomen’s blouses, skates, skis, wood, steel, vitrified acrylic, motors, motion sensor with electronic time switch, incandescent lightingtable: 120 x 240 x 160 cm, plus suspended skis in motiondocumentation: – photo©Diane Landry – video camera©Boris Firquet – video editing©Diane Landry 2013The Cadence of All Things, Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington (North Carolina, USA).2012Correspondances, curator: Nicole Gingras, […]

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The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse1996motorized installationrecord players, selected objects, steel, halogen lighting, MIDI controller, computer250 x 700 x 460 cmprojection: 4 walls (dimensions variable)created in collaboration with Obscure’s Laboratoire de recherche et de création en informatique appliqué aux arts,Quebec Citydocumentation: – photo©Diane Landry – video camera©Boris Firquet – video editing©Diane Landry 2013Bleu Nuit, 2ème Biennale d’art contemporain, Hôtel de […]

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The Atrocious Embrace

The Atrocious Embrace1997motorized installationchild sleigh, bicycle pedal and gear, wood, steel, duraclear, halogen lighting, MIDI controller, computer2 objects: 210 x 50 x 170 cm (overall)dimensions of shadows projected on walls variabledocumentation: – photo©Diane Landry – video camera©Martin LeBlanc – video editing©Diane Landry 2013The Cadence of All Things, Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington (North Carolina, USA).2012Correspondances, curator: Nicole […]

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