Louise Francis-Smith
Mailbox
2014
Archival inkjet print
19” x 19”


Louise Francis-Smith
Anger
2014
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Fish Market
2009
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Gain Wah
2012
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Rain
2014
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Selling Newspapers
2009
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Shopping on Gore
2015
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

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Louise Francis-Smith
Mailbox
2014
Archival inkjet print
19” x 19”


Louise Francis-Smith
Anger
2014
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Fish Market
2009
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Gain Wah
2012
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Rain
2014
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Selling Newspapers
2009
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Louise Francis-Smith
Shopping on Gore
2015
Archival Inkjet
13.5" x 18"

Light and the Social Order

In the 1960s, Vancouver’s Chinatown organized against the city’s slum clearance and freeway plans. A freeway would have been a concrete knife cut through the heart of Chinatown, inducing the collapse of its social structure.

Once again, Chinatown is undergoing dramatic physical and social change. The colour and fabric of this historic neighbourhood are fading. Traditional businesses are closing at exponential rates to be replaced by cafes, skateboard shops, upscale restaurants, and art galleries. Signage everywhere promotes new condo developments.

In Light and the Social Order, Louise Francis-Smith sees an elderly population and a way of life passing.

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