Made in 1992 by Michel Goulet. It’s one of my favorite fountains in town, however over the past 19 years it has settled somewhat and as a consequence is no longer level. Hence, the water streaming off of the northern end of the map, and being rather desert-like on the southern end.
There are eight chairs that are also part of this piece of public art, and if you continue walking to Parc Lafontaine, you will run into part two.
+This is the 16th in an occasional series of videos on the fountains of Montreal+Published: October 14th, 2011 Author: zeke Categories: Art, Fountains, Montréal, Public Art, Sculpture, Video, Visual Art Tags: Les leçons singulières | 2 Comments »