Vancouver-based artist Justin Langlois’ practice explores language, socially engaged art, and playful forms of public interventions as sites for contestation and participation.
Unlikely Negotiations includes a series of signs which are a starting point for new conversations and a loose record of conversations that have already occurred. The two options standoff against one another with a sense of humour or a wink, recording and archiving anonymous decisions made through and around conversations. You might consider decisions made in public as a rehearsal for negotiating democratic life.
You’re invited to add to the tally — just use one of the red dots.