Today I was imagining the Interchange wrapped as if it were done by Christo. I am not exactly sure which approach they would take. Of course the trick would be […]
Toronto got in on the eco-renovation movement bigtime in 1998 with this project by artist Noel Harding. Sponsored primarily by the Canadian Plastics Industry Association this project hopes to bring […]
Looking east. You can see on the upper left the space where the new Superhospital will be built at the Glen Yards site. Over on the right is the Lachine […]
An artist from France singing in a box at Turcot Yards. And for the Google translation of this project go here.
“Historically where the Decarie (autoroute 15) and the Turcot Interchange are presently there was the ruisseau Glen (one of many small tributaries running down Mont Royal) and the lac aux […]
At long last I have finally got a few of my own photographs scanned!
Here is a work by the very interesting local art group, SYN-atelier d’exploration urbaine. “Starting off with the fact that residual space is produced and abandoned by contemporary urbanisation, that […]
Herbert Staples was a Saint Henri photographer from about 1910 to the 1920’s. Dorothy Bessex, a photographer, tells the story of how her father, Arthur John Jones, boarded at the […]
here is an image taken from the webcam up above the construction site on the Glen Yards. They have 4 webcams up there though 2 of them seem to be […]
It’s almost under the Interchange but has a pool and a hockey rink that is also used for figure skating . It is situated just off the Lachine Canal .It […]
There is a guy who would like to paint the Turcot Interchange. His name is Daniel Marchand What would you do if you could apply your aesthetics to this structure […]
welcome to the world’s largest Abandoned Urban Space! Here we will be doing stuff in regards to Turcot Yards and how I have come to get involved with it and […]