• Artist: Ludovic Boney
  • Medium: Sculptural Installation
  • Project Type: Commissioned Project
  • Neighbourhood: Scarborough

An immersive installation of scaffolding planks crowned with recycled plastic bags to create a visceral experience.


300 Borough Dr

  • Address: 300 Borough
  • Public Washrooms: Yes
  • Physical Access: Wheelchair accessible
  • Schedule: October 2 to 9. Viewable from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The Project

In this immersive art work the audience will move through an installation of 100 scaffolding planks which are placed like rows of crops. These rows are seeded with 4000 tall metal rods crowned with recycled plastic bags. At the heart of this human-created plastic field there are questions being raised around modern environmental issues. Thinking about these issues is disrupted and changed by the experience of being in the installation which features unique movement and sound. The installation can be experienced in two ways, by physically moving through the path in the centre of the work, but also as a sculptural installation to be observed from outside the installation. Audience members will experience the choreographic movement of the stems generated by the flow of audience members. The audience is mostly obscured when inside the work except for their heads appearing by the plastic bags creating a truly unique landscape to witness.

The Artist

Ludovic Boney is an Indigenous artist of the Huron-Wendat Nation, originating from Wendake, QC. He has been active in the art world for more than 20 years. Mainly recognized for his production of monumental public art, he regularly presents his work in private art galleries and artist centres. Ludovic is represented by Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain.


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