The Salmon Project is a body of works exploring environmental issues and temporal relationship with past, present and future life condition using the salmon as a visual representation expressing the living species’ vulnerability. The main project is a cast aluminium standing sculpture of a digitally manipulated 3D scan salmon file with image mapping of historical family film projection of salmon fishing in the Gaspé peninsula in the 40’s mapped on the sculpture back side. The salmon project series also include a small edition of prints on Japanese paper, a digital photo print with a neon sign “vulnerable”, and a 3Dprint Z-Corp sculpture rotating on an obsolete record player turntable.

Vulnerable: The Salmon Project


Aluminium (cast & patina) & Projection Mapping

48″ x 32″ x 10″

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