As Artist in Residence at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), I worked as part of a team led by Daniel Solomon Koff to design and create a modular system of disseminating information in different community contexts. Tim Lorenzo from Lumber Cats played a key role on the design and fabrication of cube frames that can be attached and stacked with shelves and decorative plexiglass.
At HUBweek, the cubes were used for a listening station, legs for a data table, and stacked for an informational display. For more information about the exhibit, check out MAPC’s blog.
At the MAPC offices, the cubes are used as an info station and break up the office space.