A genuine foray into the world of objects, the youth exhibition Tropicana seeks to examine the way we consume today—always with a touch of humour—the better to understand its future impacts.
My name is Iotetshèn:’en, and I live on Earth—usually. Thus begins The Peacemaker Returns, a futuristic saga set in 3025 yet firmly rooted in the ancestral Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) confederation story. This new machinima—an animation-style movie produced on the virtual reality platform Second Life—is the core of this children’s exhibition designed specifically for kids aged 5 to 11 by Skawennati.
Exposés de recherche is a retrospective of Serge Tousignant’s versatile œuvre which consists of sculpture, painting, photography and installation art. This exhibition was produced in the context of a research project on the history and future of exhibitions in Quebec, which VOX plans to conduct until 2020.
A lighthouse calling to mind a Tower of Babel, a one-eyed drill, and a clandestine grocery basket are some of the figures imagined by Clément de Gaulejac in his visual and sound installation created especially for young audiences aged 8 to 12.
Lapincyclope is different. He has only one eye and would like to jump into his rabbit hole without chipping his teeth… He meets a worm that has no eyes but can navigate through holes in the ground! Together they will discover the power of imagination and the inner workings of sight: a little with the eyes, a lot with the brain, always with the heart.