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Bridging Boundaries

2018 Case Story / GW + SNCC Forum

GW and SNCC’s Bridging Boundaries Forum Opening Event Night

GW and SNCC’s Bridging Boundaries Forum Opening Event Night

Nomadic design approach

SNCC, Sustainable Native Community Collaborative, collaborated with us and curated an exhibit at the Corcoran School of Arts and Design at the George Washington University, entitled “Bridging Boundaries – Conversations with Native America.” The exhibit explores how architecture, art, and design practitioners are addressing the nation’s most divisive and pressing issues through community-centric design and visionary conversations that seek to question the makeup of our built environment, asking a critical question.

“How can art and design inspire social and cultural change by re-imagining these spaces as geographies of peaceful discourse and reconciliation?”

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We designed a fabric enclosure that allows visitors to freely travel around the spaces. The fabric panels manifest 5 topics, Art + Economy, Health + Policy, Habitat + Urbanization, Energy + Sustainability, Food + Sovereignty, through the native inspired graphic and colors. In the center, on the surfaces of the building of cubes illustrates the facts and datas to support the topics surrounded.

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The stage
for voices

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