Location: N side Sutherland under the Disraeli Freeway overpass; all faces of twin containers
Occupant: Twin-Industry; Pulse Fitness Systems
District: North End
Neighbourhood: North Point Douglas
Artist(s): Brian Gasenzer (as Cash Akoza)
The scene is loosely based on the courtyard at the rear of the Centre, and includes raised
flowerbeds that wheelchair residents themselves can plant and tend.
Tiffany Seymour: "What I was trying to aim for in this Mural was a wheelchair
accessible theme and to show an environment with equal accessibility to all. For this one
I used a projector to project my images onto the wall. There were some nights that I
stayed really late and there were certain residents would come and talk to me, so I made
some friends while I was there. It was very pleasant working in that environment. It was
different too, because I had never worked indoors before; I'd stay sometimes 'till 3 in the
morning, running around in my socks and having the radio on; it was quite comfortable!"
"Right after I did this Mural my friend who is younger than me moved into this place.
She's always been disabled. People were so sweet there. After the Mural was finished
they presented me with an Art Book that was a nice little treasure."