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In My Bedroom Noon is the Darkest Time of Day

Monica Moraru

January 6, 2017 - February 10, 2017

Essay by Katie Lawson

January 6 – February 10, 2017

Opening Reception: Friday January 6,

Monica Moraru

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In my bedroom, there is a long and narrow window next to my bed, facing east. The house next door is not 10 feet away. In the morning, the sun rises over the neighbourhood, peaking above the house next to mine and poking its rays through my window. Inside, a rectangular block of sunlight takes shape. It is wide and luminous at first, a soft patch of pale yellow, fuzzy and orange around the edges. It shrinks in width and crawls down the wall as the sun climbs higher on its daily course. Soon there is nothing left but a glowing diagonal fissure — a pencil-thin fault line of light on my floor.

In My Bedroom Noon is the Darkest Time of Day is part of the Toronto Design Offsite Festival 2017

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