Fragments of Education was an site specific installation where I made graphite rubbings of surfaces around Concordia University with which I created a message in code to reveal injustices in the public education system. I wrote about it here on the blog before it had officially been installed, so now I have photos to share.
For the installation I invited people to the coded message (made with pigment prints on cotton) by giving them a card which contained the legend on the front and a fill-in-the-blanks on the back (as seen in the photos - but don't enlarge them if you want to decode it yourself). The website that accompanies this project allows for online visitors to decode it too and has the extra feature of a video hint. Here's a link to the site: http://fragmentsofaneducation.weebly.com/