Les Sedentaires Clandestins
Les Sedentaires Clandestins is a sculpture that inhabits the whole space in the exhibit room with its sounds and projected shadows. Continuing a series of installation and performance artworks using record players, obsolete objects that are anachronisms in today's culture of change and innovation, this artwork is entirely built around the circular movement inherent to turntable mechanisms: going around in circles may be both agonizing (in an adult's world) and amusing (in a child's world).
Diane Landry lives and works in Quebec City. Since 1987, she has performed and exhibited in Canada as well as the United States, Mexico, France, Austria, and Germany.
November 9, 2001 to December 1, 2001
2001.1109 LESExhibition, PerformanceAssemblage, Audio & Sound, Installation, Sculpture Binder 28
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