“Time Stops” at #GPP2018

Time Stop XVI

Look out for Paul Roorda’s “Time Stops” while enjoying the Grand Porch Party this year.  These interactive metal boxes, found attached to wooden hydro poles in the Waterloo West neighbourhood, are meant to amuse, inspire curiosity, and provoke thought.

Made from old cash boxes with glass windows, they are filled with photos and vintage objects. Old clocks, barometers, glassware, and photos of skies and floods remind us of the unpredictable weather to come. The Time Stops are interactive too: Wind them up and listen to the mysterious tune of an altered a music box mechanism. These miniature cabinets of curiosity are a poetic warning to take notice.

For more information on the “Time Stops Project” go to www.paulroorda.com.

Paul Roorda would like to acknowledge to support of the Region of Waterloo Arts Fund for this project.

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About grandporchparty

The Grand Porch Party is an annual neighbourhood music event where we take over the porches, and then the streets, for some fab early-summer music. First launched in 2011.
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