I know I say this time and time again, but I really do under-appreciate Calgary’s arts and culture scene. Insta has been blowing up with photos of Kapwani Kiwanga’s “A wall is just a wall (& nothing more at all)” exhibit, so naturally my girl Renee and I had to check it out & had an impromptu photoshoot. While my outfit is admittedly not my greatest styling endeavour, I think our incredibly Baker-Miller pink and fluorescent blue backdrop makes up for it tenfold. In fact, the exhibit explores disciplinary architecture by isolating structural traits and the psychological effects of different environments (think prisons, mental health facilities, and hospitals). The two-toned wall you see in these photos is lit with various coloured lights that’s supposed to discourage the visibility of veins, and are used as a disciplinary strategy to discourage drug use. Cool, huh?
If you wanna find out more about this awesome project, here’s the link to the Esker Foundation website!
Here’s another outfit post I think you might like: Spring Style Essentials
Till next time 🙂
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Photos by Renee Wells @casketkicker