Wallpaper: Toronto Reference Library
Wallpaper is a public art installation that flips buildings inside out. With projections, the interiors of the Toronto reference library, the art gallery of Ontario and the royal ontario museum have been shot and will be projected and arranged onto exteriors of 3d models that represents their building. Wallpaper brings the interiors to the exteriors to allow public and private buildings to open up their spaces to the public; to open up offices and company spaces to simulate a public office tour on the outside of the building without having to go inside. For public buildings, Wallpaper becomes a promotional marketing tool to attract audiences of what is inside. Today the list of shot buildings are all public buildings but the intension is to add more private buildings in the future to show contrast.