Many organizations fight against the living conditions imposed by economic precariousness. They become forces for transformation and invite us to trust in the mobilization of their agents. The project Providence will be presented on the premises of the Association des travailleurs grecs du Québec. This organization comes to the aid of Montreal’s Hellenic community by providing tools allowing them to organize, to face the problems experienced in their host society, as well as to defend and claim their rights. By relying on the history of the space in which the exhibition will take place, Providence will be presented as an elliptical narrative on uncertainty, but also on the objects of hope: desires, aspirations and needs. Stemming from a close collaboration with Sarah Chouinard-Poirier, Angie Chen and François Pisapia, this project hinges on the logic of the anecdote through the languages of photography, video, performance and archives. Consequently, the most enigmatic pieces acquire the power of becoming highly convivial, as long as good use is made of the enigma.