13 min, 16mm to HD, 2017

Dust Cycles is a video installation that explores the Scarborough Bluffs, a string of cliffs at the eastern edge of Toronto’s waterfront, where natural and human made elements collide.

Dust Cycles investigates the past and present of the Bluffs, from the rock and clay strata that reveal the last Ice Age  to the present day properties on the brink of destruction due to erosion.

Made possible through the generous support of The Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council and Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto.


Dust Cycles will be part of Surface Tension, a group exhibition exploring water from a material, cultural and political perspective. The show will be held at Harbourfront Centre in the Artport Gallery. Curated by the DesignTO festival. 
Dates: Fri, Jan 18, 2019 —Sun, Mar 3, 2019

DUST CYCLES  // Excerpt