Flood Lines (2014)

Flood Lines creates a spatial dialog between three cisterns and the roof which they collect water from to address the increasing frequency of heavy rainfall events in our contemporary climate. Located at the Evergreen Brickworks in Toronto’s Don Valley, the graphic paintings on the cisterns depict hourly rainfall (vertical information) and storm surge data (horizontal information) from the three largest storms to hit the region. This project was collaboratively created with Paul Aloisi.

May 29, 2013
May 29, 2013 and July 8, 2013
October 15, 1954
Faces of Regent Park (2015)
Anagram (2015)
///re-ply\\\ Phase 2 (2015)
Everything That Rises (2015)
In Hazel’s Eye (2015)
Tai Chi Tiles (2014)
Flood Lines (2014)
Backside Flip (2013)
Underground Kiln (2012)
///re-ply\\\ (2012)
Les portraits en papier (2011)
Face of the City (2010)
Defunct Front (2010)
Toronto Brick By Brick (2010)
Billbored (ongoing)
The Unaddressed (2009)
A City Renewal Project (2008)
Shiftchange (2008)
Regent Park Portraits (2008)
Vespa Squareheads (2008)
Wall Impressions (ongoing)
PEDESTRIAN (2005)