Adam Basanta imagines an ambiguous future that is both sweet and bitter, according to Marc-Antoine Côté

Marc-Antoine Côté aptly describes the artistic approach of Adam Basanta and his exhibition “The unknown future rolls toward us”, presented at Langage Plus, in Le Quotidien. 

[…] Adam Basanta proposes a vision of a world that is neither quite present nor quite future, beating to the rhythm of a time that is anything but human.

[…] The exhibition he is presenting until May 28 almost gives the impression of having landed there all by itself, at the whim of time and nature, and that the works that make it up seem to lead an existence of their own.

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(Jeannot Lévesque /Le Quotidien)