A old pair of character shoes. A blind date with a book. A red ballgown. An erotic letter from a stranger. This interdisciplinary, conceptual installation project considers the materiality of memory through intimate collections of items, and their respective stories, collected and curated by the artist in her four years of living in London, Ontario, Canada.
Objects: London, Portrait of a City marked the end of Intson's studio artist residency at the TAP Centre for Creativity in London, Ontario, Canada. The installation's opening was accompanied by an Unscripted panel discussion between Camille Intson and Dr. Kim Solga, exploring the creative process from the perspectives of both artists and educators. This conversation was hosted by Joshua Lambier, Founding Director of the Public Humanities at Western and Artistic Director of Wordsfest London Ontario.
An interactive digital archive of Objects was published independently by Intson in Summer 2019. It remained publicly available until Winter 2021.