Variations sur un "One Way"
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Germain Marsan has designed a structure, made up of nineteen aluminum plates, that can be disassembled. Unlike perpetual, mystical works of art, this one can take on multiple forms. It lives in the street, in parks... everywhere. The public becomes the artist: creating, demolishing, re-creating. Jean-Guy Michaud enriches this piece through the use of video. His camera observes the creation of unsuspected forms and thus records the appropriation by passers-by of a language of expression traditionally reserved for specialists.

Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Germain Marsan
Jean-Guy Michaud
Participants
Nicholas Marsan
Benoit Paiement
Sound
Richard Jutras
Photography
Lucien Rainone
Editing
Jean-Guy Michaud
Production
Clément Guévremont
Jean-Guy Michaud

Technical information

Color
Color
Image format
4:3
Keywords
Sculpture, Transformation, Creation, Democratisation, Public art