Tuesday, August 03, 2004

Jérôme Delgado reports from Trois-Rivières


It seems like art is springing up everywhere in the countryside. As he mentions in his lead paragraph, Jerome Delgado moves from Shawinigan to Trois-Rivières. He writes a 769 word article about the Biennale nationale de sculpture contemporaine that is happening there. It passes more as a head's up, than a review, which is probably a good thing, because it is taking place in Trois Rivieres.

M. Delgado talks to Josée Wingen and Gaston St-Pierre about the background of the event. Although I think I might have used a pheonix metaphor, his prose is good. The "biennale" has fifteen artists, and he mentions six of them, and the piece by Germaine Koh and Lynda Baril even gets two sentences, each! Although with the piece by Ms. Baril he somehow missed the rocking chairs.

Germaine Koh - Fair-Weather forces : wind speed, Found metal swivel, with an engine, electronic circuits, and an anemometer, 93 x 105 cm.

Lynda Baril - Matière à bouger, apples, dental floss, 2 rocking chairs.

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