Dé-constructions, Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke, Québec (Canada) 2020.

Dé-constructions arose out of a playful exploratory project of the in-situ construction/deconstruction, hybridization and r-purposing of a variety of non-fine objects and materials.

Placed here and there, like the clues of a treasure hunt, the sculptural assemblages which make up Dé-constructions spread out organically, gradually occupying the entire room.

The content – the artwork – and the container – the space of the museum – merge, doing away with proprieties and distances between the exhibition context, the artwork and the public.

Stripped bare, the architectural structures create a convivial and negotiable artwork and transform visitors into strollers, inviting them to loiter.