John K. Grande: Néle, so great to have finally met you here in Burlington, Vermont, where you enacted one of your short-lived yet phenomenal Minimum Monument events. The “collective” of ice figures disappeared within forty-five minutes, but as an expression of universal complicity in today’s ecological crisis it’s a powerful metaphor. It must have been quite a shift from more traditional media in sculpture to ice in 2001! How was the transition received?

(Suite de l'article dans la version imprimée de Vie des Arts, à la page 54.)