STEVEN EVANS EXPLORES THE ARCHAEOLOGY & ARCHITECTURE OF THE UNILEVER SOAP FACTORY

In a series of photographs on display at HAILED COFFEE, 801 Gerrard Street East in Riverdale, STEVEN EVANS tours one of TORONTO’s few remaining mid-century industrial sites. The abandoned machinery that once manufactured products as ordinary as soap, stand still and silent like forsaken ancient totems. They remind us of the persistence of the past and the ephemerality of the present.

<Coal Bucket Elevator, top floor, Boiler House>

<Perforation in ceiling for Mixer Tank, Liquids Manufacturing Building>  Steven Evans Photography – http://www.stevenevansphotography.com/

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