Night Light Path presents a playful approach to the typically solid and uniform appearance of street lights.
This installation invites participants to build a styrofoam room inside a shipping container at a former industrial site, taking from a huge pile of styrofoam collected mainly from curbsides over a number of weeks.
Playing with measuring topography, this installation suspends six swings from the underside of the Grand House, a residence designed and built by and for students on a steeply sloping site in Cambridge, Ontario. In collaboration with Lauren Aarntzen, Andrea Hunniford, Lindsey Nette, and Sonja Storey-Fleming.
A gallery next to the Grand River in Cambridge, Ontario for the Canadian entry to the Venice Architecture Biennale.