Reflecting the diversity of people who take part in Passages Insolites, a range of hybrid bodies inhabit the installation space, covered in small elements from “hexagon-spangles” to everyday objects that are crafted at public workshops—the fruit encounters between artists and participants. Dreamers’ Echo grows out of an inclusive, sensitive co-creation experience where everyone gets the chance to get their hands dirty and collectively create a maelstrom of matter and memories.
(R)assembler / Togetherness
For this first-ever presentation of Passages Insolites in the Saint-Roch district of Quebec City, EXMURO wants celebrate the diversity of people who live together in this vibrant community. (R)assembler / Togetherness draws on the idea of “coming together to work together,” and uses a co-creation process to match participants of three community organizations with a duo of artists. This inclusive project includes a series of workshop meetings that culminate in the realization of a collective public art work.
Three neighbourhood organizations collaborated on this project:
Café rencontre du centre-ville
Centre résidentiel et communautaire Jacques-Cartier