The Slop Factory
Enter the home of some of Guelph's hippies, punks and anarchists, known as The Slop Factory.
Its residents were part of the city's growing dumpster-diving culture. Filled top to bottom with paintings, repurposed junk, art collections and antiques, creativity seeped through the house, replacing the customary with imagination. The house was alive in a way, a truly inspiring space.
Every nook held a treasure, every artifact a story.
Since this series was photographed, the tenants were forced to vacate the space,
leaving nothing behind but clean and customary white-washed walls.