For the past twelve years I have been installing sculpture in a lot located at Van Horne and St. Urbain in Montreal. The site acts as Gallery for my more whimsical work and is always evolving and changing as new pieces are added and edited all the time. Many of the pieces are kinetic and move with the currents of the wind and the seasons.

Transforming this space from what it once was…. a flat and barren space littered with garbage and refuse…. into a public space that is used by many as a meeting place, a picnic ground or just a place for repose has been a great pleasure to me.

One of the greatest pleasures of working on the same site for years is the anticipation of the seasons changing. Thanks to all the rain so far this year the sculpture garden is beautiful, wild and overgrown.

Nikolai Tesla


+Video + Film

Glen Le Mesurier Cour Le RoyerObviously everything posted here is video.

There are some which have been transferred from original film stock.

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Vidéo par Coeurdanik
Le Poisson Jurassique est présentement au Parc Régional St-Bernard.

Documentaire sur glen lemesurier, sculpteur montréalais. Fait avec Michael Leblanc-Vézina et Ghislain Schmidt. Nominé dans la catégorie “meilleure production” au Gala de l’institut Grasset 2007.

Photography, editing, treatment and sound by
Christian Richer

A tour of the monumental sculptures of Ile Ste-Helene, Montreal at the Expo 1967 site. Hosted by Montreal sculptor Glen Le Mesurier. Features the sculptures of Buckminster Fuller, Alexander Calder, R. Roussil and Yves Trudeau. Music by Zig Zag Zen with guest Jordi Rosen. Directed by Jennifer MacIntyre, Lisanore Godbout and Stephane Janukavicius.