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This installation explores the multiplicity of experiences and perspectives which speak to what it means to be here, as the nation reflects on the complex issue of its collective identity. How are our views of this place shaped by our journeys through this place? What ideas and hopes do we have for our community and identity as we look to the future? Responses were collected from the community about what it means to be here — some celebratory, some critical, some reflective.
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Moses Springer Park
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Waterloo
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Canada
Location
Moses Springer Park
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Waterloo
,
Canada
Location
Moses Springer Park
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Waterloo
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Canada
Location
Moses Springer Park
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Waterloo
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City of Waterloo
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June 14, 2022
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July 1, 2021
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The installation was on display for the month of July 2021 in Moses Springer Park. Thank you to the City of Waterloo for the opportunity to collaborate on this project, and for supporting my attempt to create space for different voices as we reflect on Canada Day. This installation explores the multiplicity of experiences and perspectives which speak to what it means to be here, as the nation reflects on the complex issue of its collective identity. How are our views of this place shaped by our journeys through this place? What ideas and hopes do we have for our community and identity as we look to the future? Responses were collected from the community about what it means to be here — some celebratory, some critical, some reflective. Each poster represents a single thought from one of the community responses. Together, they form a visual collage which reflects the diversity of views our community holds. There are moments of stark contrast as well as emergent themes, all reflecting the complex and ever-changing nature of what this place means to the people who inhabit it. Throughout the month of July, the installation changed as more thoughts were added to the conversation.

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