Connecting Schefferville and Sept-Îles-Maliotenam, the „native’s train“ is a means to reach Fermont.
Fermont’s city center fits entirely into „the wall“, v-shaped building supposed to protect from the North winds.
„Next summer, we’ll be ready four days before the departure.“ Solange’s everyday life in Fermont.
In a quest for the wellbeing of the whole, releasing the horses’ wild and free selves.
with Pons Braley
Landscape in mind
At the invitation of Paris-Berlin Fotohaus, Gudd & Pons Braley’s sound installation explores the interplay between mental and geographical Norths.
With an introduction by museum director Houlette, Gudd’s body of work enters in dialogue with researcher Sophie Jacquot and writer Hélène Gaudy.
La Trace invisible des gens
As an entry point into Gudd’s photographic universe, curator Houlette invites to a poetic adventure into the artist’s northern world of subtle coincidences, intimate relations and horizonless landscapes.