A storefront fills with water, eventually populated by large,
almost prehistoric fish that swim throughout. This dream-like
vision comes to us through the manipulation of scale and subversion
of architectural space and its function. Plates, dinner tables
and party-goers are denied their place. Observers take comfort
and seek refuge out on the street, looking in.
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43:38:36.19N/79:25:19.89W °, 2007
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C6 The Great Hall Storefront Window,
1087 Queen St. W.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government
through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Supported by: Toronto Water