Statistical landscape

Twenty employees were asked to take pictures of their workspace, such as to represent 20 sectors of employment in Toronto (source: Statistics Canada). The size of each image is keyed to the number of workers in the sector it represents. For the time of the shoot, these spaces only produce images. A freely distributed poster gives information on the photographer and the sector.
A project in cooperation with Mercer Union Gallery, Toronto



Exhibitions :

2005 The space of making, Neuer Berliner Kuntsverein Berlin
2005 Stadtische Museum Zwickau, Kunstmuseum Heidenheim
2005 Stadtische Waldkraiburg Gallery, Germany

Chris Macallum, Instructor-therapist, Thistletown Regional Centre
Chris Macallum, Instructor-therapist, Thistletown Regional Centre, 2004
Chromogenic print, 50 x 76 cm

Statistical Landscape
Statistical Landscape, 2004
Poster, 50 x 50 cm, 3,000 copies

Mike Collins (Other Services Except Public Administration)
Mike Collins (Other Services Except Public Administration), 2004
Ink-jet print, 33 x 53 cm

Statistical Landscape
Statistical Landscape, 2004
20 ink-jet prints, plexiglas, various dimensions
Installation view, Mercer Union, Toronto, 2004

Sean Reuther (Manufacturing)
Sean Reuther (Manufacturing), 2004
Ink-jet print, 69 x 104 cm

Reno Strano (Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services)
Reno Strano (Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services), 2004
Ink-jet print, 46 x 63,5 cm

Sean Tai (Information and Cultural Industries)
Sean Tai (Information and Cultural Industries), 2004
Ink-jet print, 36 x 53 cm