Zombie and Disability Research

Project Details

After observing people on the streets of Toronto, I noticed that people avoid the homeless to the point of being in danger themselves. In front of the Law Courts on University Avenue, pedestrians would rather walk into the road than come close to the homeless people who live on the benches. They would rather put themselves in front of traffic than risk coming into physical contact. I was intrigued. With this observation in my mind of also noticed many other incidents of this nature with people avoiding the marginalised in our society, as if like covid, they could catch the disabilities of the homeless or the physical manifestations of those who are not deemed normal in our current society.