Fault Lines (2002)

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Fault Lines offers a personal yet anonymous impression of place using still and moving image, text, light and sound as fleeting moments. During a visit to a Torontoneighbourhood of my formative years, I explored my beat as a mnemonic gesture of presence and absence, subjectivity and poetics using association and resonance. My agency suggests Proustian memory, the flaneuse and the faux scientist within a structure of intention and chance. The experiential installation proposes an environment of rhythm, repetition, silence and shadowy half-light. Catalogue with DVD (video) and audio CD. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery.


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