Once a month, HAL members disperse into Gatineau Park territory. Equipped with different sensorial apparatus, they're attentive, through sound and video, to the changing seasons and try to pay attention to the unfolding of the cohabiting logics of conservation and recreation.
Our goal is to look holistically at entanglements between living creatures and the rest of the physical world, including diverse constellations of birds, fish, plants, and humans in the Western Pacific.
David Jaclin, Jérémie Brugidou, Jules Valeur,
Laura Shine, Nicolas Rutherford, Mylène Mongeon
Named for the nearly full moon that is the bane of anti-poaching patrols in southern Africa, Poacher’s Moon explores the intertwined worlds of wildlife, poaching and big-game hunting.