Grid + Flow

I am giving a presentation with my friend Nim Lee at a great little conference on Friday, April 8.  Grid + Flow will be hosted by Temple University in Philadelphi and will consist of a day of presentations by artists, historians, writers and designers on the topic of humanities’ relationship with the environment and cities over time.  We will be presenting our Rising Currents project and thoughts on how Philadelphia could use similar strategies to imagine new flood zone infrastructures in anticipation of the increased impact from urban runoff.  See the symposium website here.

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