Walking the Debris Field: Public Geographies of the Halifax Explosion (December 6, 2014)

The Halifax Explosion of December 6, 1917 reverberates as a definitive moment around which powerful themes of destruction and reconstruction, urbanism and community continue to circulate. Read More

XYZ Free Lab (Summer 2014)

NiS+TS worked with students from the Architecture program at Dalhousie University in a design-build Free Lab in Summer 2014. Read More

Tufts Cove Walk

Starting in 2013, NiS+TS has carried out a series of intensive research walks in the Turtle Grove/Tufts Cove/Shannon Park area of Dartmouth. This shoreline is located at the Narrows and is directly across the harbour from the site of the Halifax Explosion. Read More

Lismer Walk

This day-long walk took place on December 6, 2013, and was a research activity informing the NiS+TS Walking the Debris Field project. Read More

Notes from the Desire Paths: Hippodrome de Montréal

In May, 2013, NiS+TS conducted a mobile media workshop for 75 people at the Montréal Hippodrome as part of the international conference Differential Mobilities hosted by MML (the Mobile Media Lab based at Concordia University). Read More

Vision Pavilion

The Vision Pavilion was a mobile media community art project with children and youth, by Léola LeBlanc and Barbara Lounder in 2011. Read More