Photographic banner 1.5 x 10.3 meters; electronic billboard with scrolling text. Co-creation with Paule Belleau.

Exploration of how young people occupy public space through portraits of teenagers and unusual places in Quebec City. The images are accompanied by a scrolling text on an electronic billboard denouncing a municipal bylaw that prohibits loitering in public places. A “loitering permit” was distributed at the opening of the event.

• Facade of the Gabrielle-Roy library, Quebec City, as part of the public art event HABITER, organized by VU artist-run centre (2006)
• Structure of the Shop Angus, as part of the event “Les fenêtres qui parlent”, artistic installations in the neighbourhoods of Montreal for the 375th anniversary of the city (2017)

NÉRON Jean-François. “Le droit au flânage clamé haut et fort”, Québec, Le Soleil, August 29, 2006
PAQUET, Suzanne. (2010). “Mises en œuvre de l’habiter”, in Habiter, Quebec, Vu Photo catalogue