Made from materials found at the Botanical Garden, these works represent various types of nests. In this crossing point where three cultural gardens meet, visitors have fun recognizing the nest of the red-crowned crane or look up to see a nest reminiscent of a bald eagle, a spiritual symbol of great power among the indigenous peoples of North America. Along the way, visitors are encouraged to search the landscape for distinctive nests!
Like a treasure hunt, the light subtly reveals the works so that visitors can appreciate them by getting closer and discovering the different textures and compositions. The visitor is led to move slowly thanks to the soft luminosity and thus to go, like an explorer, towards the luminous accents to make marvelous discoveries.
Jardin Botanique de Montréal
Design | Production | Realization
SIGNATURE | Artistic, Event
Lyne Beaulieu (artist)