Heard and Seen. Fimav Returns to Form

Kurt Gottschalk, Coda Magazine, no. 334, July 1, 2007

[…] Weaving is right up there with painting and sports as hackneyed clichés for describing music, but Joane Hétu’s Filature took a tight focus on each thread and every tie in her tapestry. The piece, performed with Montréal’s Ensemble Supermusique, was based on her time spent as a fabric colourist, and effectively displayed her personal sense for composing and arranging and for turning nostalgic memories into music. Pierre Hébert’s real time video manipulations, tight shots of cloth and twine, supported Hétu’s musical vison well. […]