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Bestiary   [2021]
Bronze installed on a rock
1.6 x 1.2 x 1.8 meter
Parc des Sommets Bromont, Canada

Installed at the entrance of hiking trails in Parc des Sommets in Bromont, Bestiary is a sculpture cast in bronze and perched on a boulder. The sculpture brings together the limbs of different animals, reared up in all dimensions to form a knot at the crossroads of trails. The legs of deer, moose and horses, captured in their movement, lead to the idea of mobility, an invitation to follow the paths that crisscross the landscape and to observe surrounding flora and fauna. Bestiary presents a mysterious hybrid expressing the vital force that drives nature to grow and expand by its extremities spreading in all possible directions.

Atelier du Bronze (fonderie); Latéral (ingénieur); Anne de Broin et Dexter Barker Glenn (assistant)