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Photo: Zahra Saleki
This piece is an ongoing photo-based installation using graffiti drawn by girls in public washrooms, collected from more than 500 bars in Toronto, New York and Montreal.
The photographer isolated each drawing and graffiti from its original environment, making each one its own individual art piece. The photographs will be printed in black-and-white on semi-transparent paper and installed on the walls and ceiling of a greenhouse. The structure will be illuminated from the outside, becoming a huge lightbox that invites audiences to enter and literally walk into one of the artist's fantasies, experiencing a new way of seeing grafitti art.
Zahra Saleki is a Toronto based photographer. She has a great passion to hunt the simple stories around her and create the magical fantasy from them.
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401 Richmond Street West
Parental guidance advised
This project is indoors.