Dominique Sirois et Gregory Chatonsky



Premises for the world fossilization. Objects out of the landfill. Urban areas scanned. Voices taken from the Internet. Shanghai as a territory of advanced globalization. A city that mixes the consumer goods and those abandoned. What will remain in a few thousand years ? At a street corner piles, arrangements of any kind, things that will survive.

Dominique Sirois was born in Montreal and Chatonsky in Paris. They both live in Montreal. This is their first joint exhibition, sketch of upcoming exhibitions in Vancouver and Taipei.


Artists like to especially thank CALQ to have enabled them to perform this creative residency, for their support, Sylvie Parent and Shuling Cheng, also Paul Devautour and Xiyitang students for their friendly welcome.