Tag Archives: URBAN

Winter Walk Through Regent Park

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Walking into the cold wind, fresh from a swim in the new aquatic centre, I trudge through the snow covered streets exploring the new construction. The field at the back of Nelson Mandela Park School, [where I once stood photographing … Continue reading

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REGENT PARK ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTRE/ARTSCAPE OPENS

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LEFT BEHIND

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As I wander through the empty spaces of Regent Park, I wonder about  the relocated families  and where they are living now. Some of the residents are in the new townhouses  I see the smiling  children, faces pressed against the … Continue reading

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THEN, AND NOW

I’ve been in and out of the city for the past few months. An interruption to the daily photographing of the fast-moving demolition in Regent Park. The streets that I walked while photographing are only now apparent  by a few … Continue reading

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LABOUR INTENSIVE

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Kudos to the crews on the Regent Park site, and to all the construction workers who build our cities. When I revisit these images of the construction crew working in the elements, (-27 degrees C , most of February) I … Continue reading

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URBAN FARMING COMING TO REGENT PARK

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As I walked through Regent Park this morning I was excited to see all the community activity. People were out creating  gardens. Busy over turning the grass, mixing the heavy clay soil, with top soil by the bag load, and … Continue reading

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THE GIANT DANCERS….BALLET OF THE MACHINES

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My obsession with demolition is more than documenting the changing urban form,  but also watching the demolition as ballet.   The machine operators have the ability  to choreograph incredibly precise movements with equipment that sometimes extends 14 stories high. The machines … Continue reading

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