The installation Ceux et celles qui écoutent les baleines / Whales Listeners takes us to a world woven around love for whales, where science, folklore, and spirituality intertwine. On one side of the small exhibition space, a multitude of items evoking these sea mammals fill an alcove. The composite collection includes various objects and images, including bones, scientific photographs, sculptures, and a poster from the magazine 7 Jours that Goudreau has kept since she was a child—all mementos accumulated over time, some produced by the artist, others found or borrowed. On the opposite wall, a video shows people listening, fluvial landscapes, and scenes from daily life, all these images serving as reference points or visual connections to the centrepiece of the immersive environment: an independent soundtrack. In turn, people try to describe the whale song that they are hearing, their interpretations differing according to their respective sensibilities. Their voices, inundating the installation, transport us to various places: to Svalbard, into the Arctic Ocean, to the banks of the St. Lawrence River, to an aquarium, or into a house. In Ceux et celles qui écoutent les baleines / Whales Listeners, Goudreau explores animism, the belief that attributes anthropomorphic properties to nonhuman beings, expanding the notions of intention, emotion, and compassion to plants, animals, and inanimate objects—here, specifically, to whales. The work brings together the many encounters that Goudreau had during her research on belugas. This touching portrait of humanity asks us to pay attention to these sea mammals, whose voice is audible to anyone who knows how to listen.