Les fluides (2007)
Programme d’intégration des arts à l’architecture du gouvernement du Québec
In Montmorency station, these fluid sculptures draw passengers along in their wake. Flowing through the open air in the station’s cavernous volumes, these four sculptures punctuate the way into and out of the station with a burst of colour.
Did you know?
The largest of the sculptures, orange in colour, spans ten metres in length.
About the artist
Born in Québec City in 1961, Hélène Rochette studied visual arts at Université Laval. She created her first work of art integrated with architecture in 1989, for Cégep de Limoilou.