Michael Snow is considered one of the world’s leading experimental filmmakers and one of Canada’s most important living artists. His wide-ranging and multidisciplinary oeuvre explores the possibilities inherent in different mediums and genres, and encompasses film and video, painting, sculpture, photography, writing, and music. This bilingual publication documents a unique retrospective exhibition conceived jointly by a Canadian and a French art institution and includes selections of photographs, projections, video installations and sound works realized from the 1960s until today. The uniqueness of the setting and approach provides a vigorous new look at the lifelong work of Michael Snow. Five original essays are complimented by numerous colour plates. Published with Le Fresnoy, a post-graduate art and audiovisual research centre situated in Tourcoing, France.