Though best known as a photographer, Denis Farley also combines photography with installation art. He participated in the exhibition La décennie de la métamorphose 1982-1992 at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec as well as Une histoire de collections: 1984-1989 at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. Exploring themes such as the principles of double reflection and double representation, his work includes the use of a camera obscura in natural and industrial landscapes to generate images that play upon perception.
« Francine Paul, conservatrice d’une collection reconnue et d’une terre inconnue » by John K. Grande, ESPACE #27, p. 44.
« Fissures d’art dans l’hyperréel politique » by Guy Sioui Durand, ESPACE #55, p. 30.