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Eric Cameron
du 8 janvier 1982 au 28 janvier 1982
Installation

Ce document est uniquement disponible en anglais:
“Cameron, a teacher at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (Halifax) has an installation consisting of seven sets of mirrors angled to each other at 45 degrees, in such a way that a gallery goer can see himself reflected from any part of the room. That's clever and it's supposedly related to philosophical and environmental interpretations that one could spout by the yard, but then one could do the same while contemplating the funny mirrors at Belmont Park. The artist says he has placed them on the wall to meet the angles of the windows, to follow the lines of a building in the distance, to pick up other objects in the room so the viewer can relate to himself and his milieu. That's fine, but there are no directions noting the relationships made to structures outside. What I react to are sets of mirrors and occasional strange stereophonic sounds that are pleasantly disruptive, and two white objects. The latter are called Thick Paintings and are novel examples of the flexibility of what is 'acceptable art.' (...)"

Sabbath, Lawrence, “Form and Content Marry in Exhibit of Artists' Books”, The Gazette, Saturday January 16, 1982.