Interstitial space is the intersection between two things that creates a void within. Architecture and urban environments define the context of this project. Interstitial spaces are in a constant state of possibility, and yet, are also considered to be nothing. Despite their nothingness, these spaces are unavoidable and are constantly being used.
This project explores interstitial urban spaces in Halifax, Nova Scotia through place making and a series of text-based interventions that interrogate the use value of the site. The project results in a series of images alongside a map that is meant to be used to navigate the network of interstitial sites while contemplating the potential of these un-programmed spaces.
"These spaces are not places but are places of their own. They are nothing but anything."