The exhibit included an interactive timeline to help viewers track local and world events in relation to the plans’ origins, realization, or death, and photographs of downtown spaces and places, which viewers were invited to label as “postive,” “neutral,” or “negative.”
My role was to engage the public. I did so by assembling a crew of official performing “apparatchiks.” We issued public input surveys and processed it (heavily) on site.”
The show was a collaboration between Worker, Inc., Pop-Up Spaces and Design Co*op.
IN THE MEDIA:
Tucson Weekly, Oct. 1, 2009, Designs for Tucson
Tucson Weekly, Oct. 23, 2009, Downtown Master Plans Show Closes Saturday
KOLD Channel 13, Art display shows 100 master plans for downtown Tucson
Rachele Diaz, Sept. 30, 2009, ±92: Downtown Master Plans, 1932-2009