During the Rencontres in Gaspé, Jocelyne Alloucherie presented the exhibited Sirènes at the majestic historical site of Banc-de-Pêche-de-Paspébiac, where for centuries barrels of fish were shipped off to feed people all over the world. A multidisciplinary visual artist, Alloucherie traveled along the northeast coast of Newfoundland on board a fishing boat in order to photograph the ice drifts in this pristine setting.
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