Contributed by Adrian Blackwell
Carpool is a sculpture that connects four cars to form a larger composition. The cars are caught in a black shade fabric, enclosing a space as they move apart from one another.
The Mount Dennis Mobile Community Kitchen was a collaboration between Master of Architecture students at University of Toronto’s Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design and the Mount D
Plymouth Reliant cut in two (photos: Michael Awad) A K-car was left in an abandoned parking lot near the centre of town.
Public water closet (PWC) detourns the basic function of the two-way mirror, which is to provide systems of power a safe location from which to survey a population to be controlled.
Car collective is a structure that attaches to four cars to create an enclosure. It consists of a roof and detachable walls that span four adjacent parking spaces.
150’ x 8’ diameter, Poly vapour Barrier During Metro Days of Action, a two-day general strike in Toronto, a large inflatable structure was constructed illegally over the air vent from