For my second time working with the PATCH Project (Public Art Through Construction Hoarding), I was proud to be able to feature a heritage building in Toronto, the Selby Hotel. As an architect, I was happy to capture the mansion as it existed, before the development of a new condo tower on the site.
My overlay work began during my Masters of Architecture thesis at the University of Toronto in 2011. My thesis research focused on the rampant condo development in Toronto’s CityPlace, and the lack of neighbourhood and identity associated with “condo neighbourhoods” such as these. In this Blog post you can read my thesis, and about how it shaped and started my art career.
I've always considered myself more of an artist than an architect. Don't get me wrong - I love designing buildings. But there is art involved in architecture, just like I try to involve art in everything I do. So it's no surprise that art has seeped into my architectural education and work life so much that it spawned its own secondary career. In fact, I created my overlay art style while in architecture school.
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