Mexicans are well known for their believe in God.The light above the cowboy has a holiness feeling towards the Mexican. As he rides his horse through the Bay Station in Toronto, he strolls down with very little stress.
Busy travellers take over Yonge and Bloor in Toronto. Another mystery on what excatly you’re looking at. Two trains have connected in a way, we won’t understand.
Is the observer inside or outside? The onlooker is presented with both scenery from outside and inside tunnels. Electric colour tones and figures, while nothing is in the right place. Playing with the negative space, the scene places the viewer in multiple viewpoints, collaging in fragments.
This is based inside of a the Toronto Transit System here in Toronto, but it’s confusing where the actual location is. One path walks directly straight through and connects with a staircase. The perspective throws you off. The buildings in the background blend into the ground and fools the eye for payment.
Two ladies are hidden in this piece facing the opposite direction while the train approaches the station. It’s unclear whether this is a night scene or daytime scene.
You’ll notice two closed transit doors, centred by strange, unfamiliar man. Empty TTC seats replace the continuity of vision, where tunnels are usually occupied with buses.