standing still, a video and sound installation, examines Griffintown’s current social condition in the midst of rapid urban redevelopment. While informed by Italo Calvino’s book Invisible Cities, the piece navigates through a neighborhood-in-transition to explore issues of identity, themes of solitude, desire, memory, displacement and abandonment. By way of collected sounds and images, the artists re-imagine Griffintown’s emerging identity while looking at dissipating urban structures and historic sites.
In collaboration with Ali El-Darsa (2 channel video installation), Solomiya Moroz (4 channel sound installation)
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