On June 16th, during London, ON's nuit blanche celebrations, Charity Miskelly will occupy the telephone booth on Dundas Street, between Richmond and Clarence.
She is arming herself with some of her own painting references and a series of questions: Do the spaces we inhabit absorb out conversations? Are telephone booths really time capsules of past exchanges? Are our secrets and memories forever embedded in our environment?
She writes, "Lost thoughts, ideas, feelings and moments may be captured in the objects we surround ourselves with. In a place where excerpts of discussions, thoughts and ideas are told, the telephone booth is a container, storing a collection of moments."
Charity invites you to visit the "Pop-up Memory Shop" to remember, think, feel and leave your thoughts behind.