We sat down with Caitlind Brown on her tree-made bench on her balcony to discuss Wreck City.
For houses that are likely more than 100 years old, Caitlind says, “It’s really interesting to connect with these spaces for one last time before they’re demolished…
“It’s not just an episode for 809, it’s sort of like a eulogy for a whole block of buildings.”
Kenna Burima sat down with us in a park, across the street from the event, and discussed how heartening it is to see the community involvement with this event.
“To see each of these houses are little galleries/venues for an entire week – it just makes me feel good to be a Calgarian!”
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