TRANSLATION & TRANSCRIPTION: A
CONVERSATION WITH SHELAGH KEELEY
By Ben Portis
The narrow central clerestory of The Power Plant in Toronto rises from the main floor up between its east and west gallery zones. It once stored fuel for the former lakeside powerhouse, a coal depot. Long since decommissioned and emptied for the use that it was designed, its void nonetheless retains the latency of gravity and compression. In its current role, it poses a challenging space for curators and artists. How to make the most of its distinctive proportions, volume, and light? Or modulate its properties as a corridor that insistently propels visitors through its length?
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