victoria ponce


A prison is built in Dawson City. Its only use is to house one man whose crime may not necessarily warrant his inevitable solitary confinement. Lack of social stimuli leaves him in a constant state of uncertainty as to what is reality and what he dreams. The expenditure of a multi million correctional institute creates the ultimate introspective environment while also creating a complete objective view of one very structured daily routine for those who watch him, although unaware of his fabrications.

A project introduced in collaboration with Bill Burns at Yukon SOVA. Cole Pauls, Victoria Ponce and Elizabeth Houg’s interpretation of the omnibus bill being presented in Canada.