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Tisse Métis Égal
Constructed in the centre of this historic district, this contemporary installation is a coloured filter that changes the perception of the space. With its perforated walls woven with a geometric motif inspired by traditional weaving, particularly that of the “ceinture flechée”, provides a captivating link to the Québec of yesteryear. Inside, the visitor is exposed to a play of shade and light that transforms the understanding of the work and the elements around it. Tisse Métis Égal pays homage to Québec’s history, a brillant interpretation of its traditions seen through a modern prism.
Tisse Métis Égal is presented free of charge on the Place de la Dauversière, between the Musée Château Ramezay Museum and Place Jacques-Cartier until October 8, 2012.
Architect: Collectif PLUX.5
Years of exhibition: 2012