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In the direction of a New Commons explores simply fashions for residing collectively


How can we reside collectively? Reset: In the direction of a New Commons, on view this summer season on the Middle for Structure in New York, provides some solutions. Co-curated by Barry Bergdoll and Juliana Barton and designed by Natasha Jen of Pentagram, the exhibition showcases fashions for collective habitation that purpose to overturn unjust planning practices. As was achieved with Bergdoll’s 2012 exhibition Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, organizers matched 4 interdisciplinary groups to 4 websites in cities throughout the nation: In Berkeley, California, Irene Cheng, David Gissen, and Chip Lord, et al., discover housing for the disabled; in Oakland, THE OPEN WORKSHOP, Ignacio G. Galán, and Karen Kubey, et al., think about an infrastructure for eldercare; in East Harlem, Deborah Gans, Kate Levy, and college students from Pratt Institute, et al., revitalize public playscapes; and Architensions, Parc Workplace, and Sharon Egretta Sutton decolonize a Cincinnati suburb.

Reset: In the direction of a New Commons
Middle for Structure
536 LaGuardia Place
New York, New York
Via September 3, 2022




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