For Luce Meunier, the Québécoise artist, chance has an essential value. She proposes a real pictorial experience through a game of manipulation and using minimal means. The colored material freely inhibits the space in a poem of movements that make the passing of time visible.
Her random process makes the materiality of the canvas visible by leaving certain spaces blank, concretizing the creative process employed. The movement of color leads to a paradox: despite the random and unique nature of the process of making each work, the repetition of forms and visual echoes which are finally obtained pushes the viewer to rethink the dimension of chance contained in each element released from the hand of its creator.