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Water, pump, bassin, furniture and rubbish
Variable dimensions
Nuit Blanche, Toronto

In the ruined remains of the old central Toronto prison chapel, demolished in 1920, water pours down as a continuous flow, like a torrent gushing out of the third story window. The building’s contents, pieces of furniture and electrical goods, have spilled out and are now lying on the ground in the form of debris. The overflow opens up the old detention center, unable to retain this excess.