Remains

waste — 2021




REMAINS is an exhibition of things that continue to exist even after being discarded. The public could visit the installation and browse the virtual collection of the project to learn about the surprising life of waste such as a broken sewing machine, pottery fragment, damaged lobster buoy, lost glove, crooked bicycle wheel, used motorcycle tire, abandoned table legs, crushed teapot, and parts of a dismantled piano.

Ackowledgment: This project would not have been possible without the collaboration of the Halifax Solid Waste Resources Educator, Nova Scotia.


Press



Une exposition présente des déchets pour susciter des réflexions à Halifax
Caroline Lévesque
Radio-Canada — April 13, 2021
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Talking Trash with MFA Student Marie-Soleil Provençal on Earth Day
Jessica Murray
NSCAD University — April 22, 2021
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Trash talk: NSCAD student Marie-Soleil Provençal turns other people’s garbage into art
Hollie Uffindell
Saltwire, Chronicle Herald — April 22, 2021
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MARIE-SOLEIL PROVENÇAL — 2021