Traffic Disruption Charrette on Saturday!


I’ve been at sixes and sevens so haven’t yet made the official blog/website announcement of my new project: Traffic Disruption Village. This project is being created for Flux Factory’s fall show Untitled (As Of Yet), which asked artists to prepare for unknown situations. In turn, I’m asking New Yorkers to imagine the (unfortunately possible) outcome of a life lived in gridlock: the creation of a temporary village via traffic jam.

There’s an open design charrette for Traffic Disruption Village at Flux Factory on Saturday (August 3rd)! Join the village. Sign up here. I’d really love your participation. The more “villagers,” the more fun this project will be.

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