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Boulevard du Temple

This is the photograph I had in mind this morning, taken in 1838/1839 by Louis Daguerre. It shows Boulevard du Temple, a very busy street, but because of a 10-minute exposure time, only the man polishing shoes and his client … Continue reading

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A Spherical Montreal

An orange, a bagel, a geodesic dome; Decarie expressway, Fairmount or Saint-Viateur, and Ile Ste-Hélène; A representation of Montreal with three spheres

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Everyday

The ordinary; this is what I seem to be interested in today. Maybe the different shades of grey have sank into my soul. In this cold January day, the brightest color of Montreal i is not white, neither green, it’s … Continue reading

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A brief QR Mapping of Montreal

You might have heard that you aren’t really someone unless you can be Googled. In today’s world, which is inseparably steeped in digital media, your digital presence–your online identity–might very well be what defines you in many cases. In light … Continue reading

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Montreal Strata’s: Beyond its Surfaces

The concept of strata is evident in Montreal at many levels spatially, socially and materially. It reveals many layers of narratives over space and time, as one experiences the city in its many dimensions. I am excited to decipher the strata’s … Continue reading

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http://montreal.en.craigslist.ca/apa/

This piece is a collage of images taken from a basic search of advertisements on craigslist.org for apartments in Montreal available for rent. When I received my acceptance letter from McGill University and was considering this move across the country, … Continue reading

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