The Line is a two-part, site-specific installation that includes a 70-foot long snow fence set in a marsh and a 15-min outdoor projection on a 200-year-old barn, both on the site of the Markham Museum, a historical recreation of a pioneer village in the heart of one of North America's fastest growing suburbs.
The Line asks us to think about how and where we draw the line, as the lines that manage the flow of people and things — borders, roads, bike lanes, fences, pipelines, green belts, flight paths, etc. — are the manifestations of our fears and desires.
Photos by Will Pemulis
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