Been to Sukkah City NYC 2010 (pre) exhibition. I thought it’s already installed at Union Square, but it’s not. It’s kind of pre-contest. Some are built, some are yet. Online poll is going on at the New York magazine, and the chosen one will be erected at Union Square. (until Oct.2) If Nidhi wasn’t with me, I might go to Union Square instead of the Gowanus Studio Space.
It was long time since I visit PS1 MoMA in Queens. This area was my first studio study area 1 year before. 1 year already?
Their summer warm-up party is held with annual temporary ‘building’ project is great step for all young architects. This year’s winner was SO-IL. I like their proposal than any other past winner. It’s party, people should be happy, but sometimes other architects want to put their ‘statement’ before ‘fun.’ Their idea was simple and funny. – I think this annual exhibition is few chance to give their professional to public benefit. (Please don’t put your philosophy in front of FUN, why so serious?)
Anyway, it’s not strict structure, so there should be some security guys. (yes kids are playing!)
shakin’ shankin’- The Balls were playing too.
Woops. This ball was alone.
After PS1, I visited 5 pointz, too. – The gallery of dead graffiti, and met a black cat.
She ignored me and pass by me and…
hunt down a flying mouse pigeon! Wild wild New York! That’s why the NY pigeons are flying! (Seoul’s lazy pigeons don’t fly – cuz cats are lazy, too.)