The Impalpable Reflection on the Postproduction of a Future, an Impossible Recurrence in 10 Acts (02018-02028)*

Mathieu Léger has devised a long durational performance piece that involves several distinct sites. As per his usual way of working, the artist has developed a protocol methodology that will enable him to create a series of specific interventions over a period of 10 years. Looking towards the future, Léger proposes to invert the retrospective urge to look to the past in order to open up our perspective to the possibilities of what is yet to come.

For the second performance of this series, Léger turns his attention to the Aberdeen Cultural Centre as material source for the continuation of his project The Impalpable Reflection on the Postproduction of a Future, an Impossible Recurrence in 10 Acts (02018-02028) *.

Photo : Annie France Noël

The performance took place on December 17 2020 outside the Our Lady of the Assumption Cathedral. The artist performed around the centre, while slowly making his way to Resurgo Place.

Where: Our Lady of the Assumption Cathedral, 226 St-Georges Street in Moncton.
When: December 17 2020

The artist would like to acknowledge the support of artsnb.

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The Impalpable Reflection on the Postproduction of a Future, an Impossible Recurrence in 10 Acts (02018-02028)* by Mathieu Léger

Photo : Annie France Noël