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Autumn 2011

re|mem|ber goes beyond engaging the observer from a cognitive point of view and pushes towards producing an emotional reaction when a seemingly static bi-planar object that is in fact 3-dimesional transforms as the elements of time and memory are introduced.

On the 2-dimensional plane, the colour selection and arrangement alludes to the perpetual cycle of life through the changing of the seasons: spring, summer, fall, winter, spring.

On the 3-dimensional space, the vanishing point produced by the wool mesh, the same material used to manufacture socks in this very same place, serves as a memory of a recent past that is no longer... a reminder that nothing is ever permanent.

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Gaston Soucy
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