Thank you all for making September’s SiteLines walking tours an empowering success of public space activation! Among four tours will nearly 100 participants, we collectively explored the thrilling Urban Sublime of Baltimore’s ever shifting invisible public spaces. We Crossed the Highway to Nowhere, climbed to an impressive, if damp, Reservoir Chill, mindfully Wandered Old Town Mall and indeed made Power Plant truly ALIVE! Stay tuned for an announcement in early 2015 about the forthcoming SiteLines web series culminating in a solo show on the west side of downtown.
Station North Avenue walking tours a drifting success
Website updates – 2011 projects added! Check em out:
New project galleries:
Vistaflow Tower, Tinges Commons
New Public Sites – Drifting Monument, Pedestrian Service Exquisite / Transmodern
Urban Surface Map – campcamp Tapeway + Tri-Flags, Current Space / Transmodern
New Public Sites – Arlington Drift, Arlington Art Center
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Infinite freedom for the holiday season!
Thank you to everyone who joined me on the New Public Sites – Arlington Drift walking tour last Saturday. From undead condo projects to underground rivers, I learned a lot during our hour-long journey together. I hope you enjoyed seeing Ballston’s invisible sites as much as I did. May our floating zone of radical pedestrianism continue with infinite freedom.
Join me on March 5th, 2011 as we explore a thrilling urban sublime while drifting through the liminal zones of Arlington’s Ballston neighborhood. The tour will feature twelve New Public Sites, including new types such as HVAC Exhaling, Skygate and Reflexive Moment. All participants get a free New Public Sites button and unlimited edition, color map.
General public tour starts at 2pm.
Childrens’s tour starts at 3pm.
Meet at Arlington Arts Center
3550 Wilson Blvd Arlington VA 22201
ON THE ROAD
Arlington Arts Center
FEB 2 – APR 3, 2011
ON THE ROAD features artists who work in the world, away from gallery or studio environments, inviting unexpected encounters. Many of their projects are created in temporary residencies, and explore tourism, informal public spaces, and nomadic peoples.