Walking Rosemont

For someone who loves movement and geography, I sure can hesitate to cross the street or go for a walk. Standing at a street corner, looking at the traffic of humans and cars, I try to determine the timing of the traffic lights. Should I step off the curb? Will the light turn yellow? Will the … Continue reading Walking Rosemont


The Day-to-Day Business of Living

Welcome to my neighbourhood. I live in Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal, where posters record the day-to-day business of living. They hang off utility polls, bus shelters, and mail boxes. They're in plain sight for passersby to read and rip a phone number tab. They tell stories of work, home, and domesticity. Warehouse clerk wanted. Live-in caregiver needed. … Continue reading The Day-to-Day Business of Living