A group of artists including Shawn Micallef, James Roussel and Gabe Sawhney have transformed a portion of Spadina avenue into a cell phone based history exhibit called the [murmor] project . These stories, collected from Torontonians, are accessiable via cell phone at prompts on Spadina that dictate a story local to exact area you are calling from. The hope with this project is to reconnect the population of Toronto back to the non descript streets and corners that they probably speed by every day. Its also a great way for local people to contribute artistically to the community.
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