Roadsworth Airs on Télé-Québec on Monday February 9News
Roadsworth paints a portrait of artist Peter Gibson, who used the city streets of Montreal as canvases. He stencilled vines along traffic dividers, turned crosswalks into boot prints and, in the process, raised the pertinent issues of art and freedom of expression.
Gibson’s efforts were celebrated abroad and led to numerous opportunities. Yet the reaction at home was different – he was arrested by Montreal police and charged on several counts of mischief with penalties ranging from $200 to $5,000.
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