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Poule mouillée!

Water dances to the choreography of garden sprinklers, creating a space in perpetual movement colored by the tones of umbrellas, offering moments of fleeting beauty. This garden takes its form from the most common garden tools: 66 sprinklers that remind us of the residential garden. This installation takes roots in the collective memory, reminding us of spontaneous childhood water games. The 66 sprinklers operate in a closed circuit, by using a pond liner and a reservoir, the water is recycled and reused.

Mathieu Colette des Forges de Montréal
Stéphane Asselin de Pompe Asselin Inc.
Vincent Lecourt et Nicolas Maltais de SAI Productions

Les forges de Montréal

Architect: À4 Claudia Delisle, Karine Dieujuste, Philippe Nolet, Sami Tannoury

Years of exhibition: 2008, 2009

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