MINI GOLF – a social practice: H#7
Julie Rene de Cotret: Raccoon Mischief
This hole consists of two garbage cans being raided by three raccoons. The intent is to create a hole with humor, playfulness and excitement, to indulge our memories of raccoons at the campground or any raccoon foolery. This setting, a laid back fun atmosphere, makes the player feel apart of the mischief occurring at this hole hopefully inciting players to share their experiences of this other omnivorous mammal
- This is a par-2 hole
- The tee-off point on Raccoon Mischief is in front of the garbage can tunnel.
- Using your club as a pool cue is beneficial for this hole.
Julie René de Cotret was born in Montreal in 1976. She studied Fine Arts at John Abbott College, in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Montreal and received her B.F.A. from the NSCAD, in 2004. In 2005 she was guest student at the Meadows School of Art, SMU, Dallas, Tx. She has recently finished a two-year artist residency program with the School of Environmental Science at the University of Guelph. Her studio is located in Guelph. René de Cotret is a member of the Board of Directors for Ed Video Media Art Centre, and she also curates at the Elora Centre for the Arts.