///re-ply\\\ (2012)

A series of site-specific temporary sculptural installations utilizing the ubiquitous condo sandwich board advertisements found on street corners throughout the city of Toronto.

These works, installed along Parliament Street between St. Jamestown and Regent Park, playfully nod to the current state of affairs in Toronto’s overheated condo and housing market, reference the plywood material that the sandwich boards are comprised of through the design and execution of the works, and also mash and rehash the existing ads to comment on the role of advertising in public space.

Installations from the ///re-ply\\\ series of work were part of my artist in residence for the 2012 Luminato Festival.

Support (2019)
Landscraped (2018)
We Three (2018)
Portrait of M (2018)
Ascent (2017)
Accord (2017)
Are You Going (2016)
Colliding Planes (2016)
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)
Panels (ongoing)
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)
Portraits (ongoing)