Using a given neighborhood to explore new possibilities in an urban living condition, we question how streaming income can help to revitalize citizens’ living conditions. This is accomplished through inserting local “program” ideas and activities into existing spaces in this specific neighborhood name Logan Square. Already a hub for new thought and practice, we attempt to push the envelope of that statement. So, the project pushed the idea during the process through layering practices on top of activities while at the same time shifting existing activities to new locations for unsought events to exist. As a result, the project redefines not only the given recognition of a “neighborhood”, but more importantly how its inhabitants mold the space with their counter culture attitudes.
Status: School Project
Location: Chicago, IL, US