REPROGRAMMING THE CITY // urban design exhibition
Reprogramming The City is a global overview of ways in which existing urban structures, surfaces and systems are being re-imagined, re-purposed and re-invented to do more in the city. Created by urban strategist Scott Burnham, the exhibition is a collection of ideas of how cities can do more with the structures and systems they already have.
I worked with strategist, creative director and writer, Scott Burnham, on the exhibition titled "Reprogramming the City: Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure." RTC showcased the ways in which the inherent infrastructure of a city can become redesigned or repurposed to serve alternate functions. The opening reception for this exhibition was in June 2013 and remained open until October of 2013 at the BSA Space in Boston, MA. In the fall of 2014, RTC was invited to the Danish Architecture Center (DAC) in Copenhagen, Denmark, and then in the spring of 2015, RTC was invited to ArkDes in Stockholm, Sweden. Click the images below to be directed to more information corresponding to each show.