one of two paved mouths

one of two paved mouths, is a series of sculptural and performative interventions engaging the urban ecology of Toronto’s Leslie Spit. Drawing from both found, fabricated, and imagined materials echoing the history of the site and its contemporary recreational uses, the works explore vulnerability, and transmutation. Both materially and performatively they are also a return to the “centre” of gestures and images from a site that is built on the detritus of the city’s urban development.

(performance documentation courtesy of Brandon Poole)

(photo documentation courtesy of Alex Willms)
The exhibition of this work with Emily Dicarlo, Brandon Poole and Jordan Elliott Prosser at Crutch can be seen here.