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ANOTHER HOLE IN THE WALL

DUPLEX

“The [social] architecture of gallery and physical spaces are not meant for human bodies, and not always inclusive of different kinds of bodies”

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IN PLAIN SIGHT

GRUNT’S URBAN SCREEN

“You’ve got to put it into perspective, otherwise [you] just get booted out of the neighbourhood.”

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CENTRE A

A GOOD NEIGHBOUR

“At the end of the day, a sterile white box is still a sterile white box.”

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“CRISIS? WHAT CRISIS?”

VANCOUVER VENUES

“there’s a new crisis in town that has locals buzzing, drawing the ire of creatives, concertgoers, and business owners alike: the music venue crisis. The only problem is that we don’t have one.”

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THE LEMON CAMPUS

EMILY CARR STUDENT ACTION GROUP

“It seemed in many ways like the school wasn’t built for students: it kind of feels in some way like it’s a showroom for artistic production.”

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Hogan’s Alley

DISPLACED AND ERASED, REPLACED AND REFACED

“This is a chance for us is to create and hold space for ourselves, to offer something to the greater community”

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Chinatown Concern Group 唐人街關注組

Fighting Gentrification With Intergenerational Cooperation

“We can’t forget our history and the people who came before us, who made it easier for us to be able to live here and who gave us our rights.”