This chapter reflects on an iteration of Myer’s ongoing Shore Lunch project that took place in an industrial area of Clarkson, Mississauga, Ontario, in 2018. This project responded to the past/now of the place and weaves in experiences and stories from different perspectives of workers. Through a reflection of methods, this chapter considers the interconnectedness and separateness of artistic and curatorial practices, how each practice informs the other. Myers explores how the Ojibwemowin terms miijim (food) and jiibaakwe (cook) have informed her project by affirming relationships and connecting to the sustenance of a place. By inviting participants to share food, conversation and contemplate their relationships to place, Myers composes spaces of sustenance where layered histories of place are acknowledged and critical understandings of land are built.