Collaborative project with artist Jay White.
A series of six-week exposure pinhole camera photographs taken along a portion of the proposed Kinder Morgan Pipeline route during Walk the Line. Participants mounted pinhole cameras along the route, which traverses salmon-bearing streams, public greenways, commercial and private property, and is a site of ongoing contestation. Local authorities have arrested citizens for taking photographs near the terminus route, at the Trans Mountain Tank Farm on Burnaby Mountain. The pinhole camera photographs are a response to industry-government collusion on the restriction of citizens agency and are a gesture towards resistance, counter-surveillance, and seeing through extended temporal perspectives.