Quebec's Integration of Arts to Architecture Program
Since Spring 2010, Éric Nadeau is registered on the Integration of Arts to Architecture Program list of professional artists. He is therefore eligible to collaborate with architects and project managers of funded architectural projects in order to create and integrate 3D or relief sculptures. > To learn more
Photo: Roland Lorente
A self-described urban explorer first and a creator of art pieces made from scraps found in the abandoned venues by default, it is no surprise that Éric Nadeau has invested, over the years, such spaces for artistic means like underground performances and clandestine happenings.
Steve Sculpture-assembly and commercial tool for a travelling poet, 60 X 178 X 35 cm, 2004. Quebec, Maritimes, Ontario and French Canada Tour with Sébastien Blais, on-the-road poet…
Photo: Sylvain Dumais
Les mètres carrés oubliés II Sculpture-assembly and installation, 43 X 160 X 22 cm, 2003. Installation of an humanonyme and of a collage piece at the corner of Peel and Notre-Dame, Dow Brewery, Montreal, Qc.
Le suicide du rejeté Sculpture-assembly and installation, 40 X 160 x 20 cm. The “Reject’s Suicide” from the heights of the Redpath Silos, Pointe Saint-Charles, Montreal, Qc.
Les mètres carrés oubliés I Installation, performance & happening on February 23rd, 2002. Lighting up of the abandoned beer factory from a source found under the factory’s basement and visit of the Usine Dow in Montreal by over 150 curious explorers and art amateurs.
Photo: Juli Pisano
Video, 11 min. 52 sec., 2004, Videographers: Michel Simonsen & Simon Cantin. View