People have been talking about this abandoned space for years (since at least 2008 from what I can gather), and it's always with the same comments: "This place has been abandoned/boarded up for years" and "But I've seen lights on." My theory is that it's not really an abandoned building. How else could its decrepit charm be maintained consistently since 2008? Then again, some artists showed there back in 1997. A quick search reveals that this is an oft-photographed building. Maybe the gallery has turned into art itself.
I graduated from the University of Waterloo in Environmental Science/Ecology in April 2011. Through luck and people's help I became a barista at a new independent cafe in Toronto. This wholesome activity promotes my creative process for art, craft, and photography. Among other things, I have delved into beading, sewing, painting, digital art, sculpture, home furniture and accessories, leathercraft, knitting, woodworking, photography, ceramics, cooking, baking, and gardening.