The Faces of Kensington

Timaeusopolis – CityVision Competition
August 17, 2017
An Extraordinary Alien
August 17, 2017

The Faces of Kensington was photographic and multimedia ethnography of the neighbourhood’s population; a portrait study in search of Kensington’s ever-transient identity reflected in the faces of its residents, shop owners, and visitors.

With the use of photography, audio recordings, projections, lights, shadows and physical models the gallery space was transformed into an experience that captured the unique character of one of the most culturally diverse neighbourhoods in Toronto: Kensington Market

The Faces of Kensington was a collaboration between SUMO project, Lovera Studio, Eduardo Lee Derooted and Studio 223A.

As part of Contact Photography Festival 2014 and Digifest 2014