The photographs of Jaret Belliveau
By Sean Flinn
July 12, 2006
Place of Rest ( C Print, 2005). All photos courtesy of Jaret Belliveau.
Following the death of their mother in January 2005, Jaret and David Belliveau drove from their family home in Moncton to the West Coast in a refurbished Volkswagen van that Jaret bought for $700. He sunk more money into a good stereo and pilfered leather seats from an old Saab that he owned to prepare the vehicle for long-distance travel.
From last September to November, the VW carried the brothers across Canada. Expect Delays, an exhibition of Jaret’s photos from the trip, chronicles the journey of self-discovery that they experienced along the way. The series, showing July 4 to 15 at Halifax’s Anna Leonowens Gallery, begins with David visiting his mother’s grave to retrieve a bandana he left in tribute to her.
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