Twelve steel plates were suspended to trees. These plates were painted black with white markings. The inscriptions appeared sometimes as icons (star, crescent moon), sometimes as two dates on a tombstone and sometimes as words.
BROKE AND HUNGRY EXTÉNUÉE
Artefact 2004 – sculptures urbaines is a group of thirteen artists, which includes Monique Bertrand, Martin Boisseau, Ani Deschênes, Doyon-Rivest, André Du Bois, Lucie Duval, Raymond Gervais, Michel Goulet, Neva-Gotthilf, Daniel Olson, Yannick Pouliot, Alan Storey and Louise Viger. Their artworks were installed along Chemin Olmsted, between the Centre de la montagne — near the site of the 1964 symposium — and the big chalet at the lookout. Some works were imposing, others were more discreet but all were presented as imaginary places likely to appeal to visitors.