Social scientists and architecture and design scholars from the University of Chicago, Northern Illinois, Berkeley, and the Art Institute discuss questions raised by the projects presented in the exhibition as well as their own relevant research, and their implications for understanding Chicago, the Great Lakes Region, and the contemporary city in general. Topics will include inequality and poverty, planning and sustainability, legality and privilege, urban renewal and gentrification, and the unique problems and opportunities presented in post-industrial cities.
MAY 24 - SEP 28, 2014
NEW York city harbor
Open every day except Wed., free admission. Come and enjoy our outdoor living room, Imagination Playground, and S.I. Cafe.
(Proceeds from the cafe help fund S.I.)
Ferries depart from Lower Manhattan & Brooklyn’s Pier 6. FOR FERRY SCHEDULE, please refer to the Trust for Governors Island website.
Spontaneous Interventions promotes public participation in city-making. Donations will help us continue our work. Thanks!
WorldCupPartyNYC was organized as part of Spontaneous Interventions' summer residency on Governors Island. To see photos of the event, please visit WorldCupPartyNYC on Facebook.
MAY 24 - SEP 1, 2013
Chicago Cultural Center Michigan Ave. Galleries
78 E. Washington St.
Chicago, IL 60602
Aug 29-Nov 25, 2012
U.S. Pavilion at
the 13th International
la Biennale di Venezia