Well, it's been some time since the Saving My Family Farm film was completed. After the demolition, I was planning on updating the film a bit but thought perhaps it's about time I released it publicly. Please share the film around! If you have any comments, please leave below or feel free to contact me via my website. https://vimeo.com/19006208
https://vimeo.com/63489605 Spring is here, and so are the ants. The ants have taken over the entrance to my room. Please excuse the dust and hair -- a good cleaning will begin. Despite my initial recoil, I find them quite interesting to watch. And thus the video document.
http://vimeo.com/59223798 Couldn't help but take some video of the snow coming down this early morning, with more on its way. The way the flakes become suspended in certain gusts is quite beautiful.
http://www.vimeo.com/22590596 On Friday, I visted the Harbourfront Centre for the opening reception of an art show. I was a bit early and was trying to look for a place to park my bike, so I took a short tour along the boardwalk. On my way there, I heard several loud clanging noises that had a musical quality to them and rode over to investigate the source. I thought maybe some kind of sound installation was going on, but the sound was coming from one of the ships on the waterfront. Its various ropes and whatever was one them were clanging against the masts due to the intense winds blowing that day. The different sizes of the masts and striking materials on the ropes (I'm guessing) helped to produce different pitches of the clangs and so the whole ship was like one giant wind chime, floating on the waters of Lake Ontario. I had to take a video, albeit a shaky one.