Monumental mural triptych.
Vous êtes pas écœurés de mourir bande de caves, c'est assez!
Past, present and future, i.e. death, space and freedom.
During the winter of 1969, sculptor Jordi Bonet paints the great mural of the Grand Théâtre de Québec. According to the architect Victor Prus, who designed the building, "it is,one of the first times in the history of contemporary art that visual arts are fully integrated into architecture."
Fueled by this desire for integration, the sculptor began a process to complete the thematic unity between the artwork and the function of the building. Jordi Bonet and his assistants improvised a way to give life to matter, without first making a model. "A cry of love launched into the world", says poet Claude Peloquin, to whom we owe the controversial texts written on the wall.