Museums

The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space

The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space (MoRUS) preserves the rich history of grassroots movements in New York City’s East Village and showcases the unique public spaces for which the neighborhood is renowned. It is located in the storefront of a

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The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space

The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space (MoRUS) preserves the rich history of grassroots movements in New York City’s East Village and showcases the unique public spaces for which the neighborhood is renowned. It is located in the storefront of a

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Exchange Cafe

Exchange Café serves tea, milk, and honey in exchange for a currency based on the requests of the people who use it. Exchange Café honors the power of reciprocity. From everyday barter practices to artistic exchange systems, we aim to

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Exchange Cafe

Exchange Café serves tea, milk, and honey in exchange for a currency based on the requests of the people who use it. Exchange Café honors the power of reciprocity. From everyday barter practices to artistic exchange systems, we aim to

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Indy Island

About 20 feet in diameter, Indy Island is a fully inhabitable experimental living structure that examines the daily needs of contemporary human beings. Each summer, the island will be occupied by one or two commissioned residents. They will collaborate with

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Indy Island

About 20 feet in diameter, Indy Island is a fully inhabitable experimental living structure that examines the daily needs of contemporary human beings. Each summer, the island will be occupied by one or two commissioned residents. They will collaborate with

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ReMuseum

The ReMuseum is a participatory, mobile experiment that investigates museum processes such as collecting, displaying, valuing and commodifying objects. Through a series of collaborative events, members of the ReMuseum re-frame dominant notions of the Museum and create a platform for

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ReMuseum

The ReMuseum is a participatory, mobile experiment that investigates museum processes such as collecting, displaying, valuing and commodifying objects. Through a series of collaborative events, members of the ReMuseum re-frame dominant notions of the Museum and create a platform for

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The Children’s Creativity Museum

The Children’s Creativity Museum is an interactive art and technology museum for kids.

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The Children’s Creativity Museum

The Children’s Creativity Museum is an interactive art and technology museum for kids.

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Machine Project Hammer Museum Public Engagement Artist in Residence Report released

In 2010/2011 Machine Project produced a year of programming which proposed new, alternative, and experimental ways of presenting work at the Hammer Museum. Projects included a vacation for houseplants, a two minute performance series underneath the stairs, an overnight dream-in

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Machine Project Hammer Museum Public Engagement Artist in Residence Report released

In 2010/2011 Machine Project produced a year of programming which proposed new, alternative, and experimental ways of presenting work at the Hammer Museum. Projects included a vacation for houseplants, a two minute performance series underneath the stairs, an overnight dream-in

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The Pop-Up Museum

The Pop-Up Museum: // (n.) An exhibition about the past and future of 1) the *Gowanus Canal* and 2) the *museum*. Opens March 3 at Observatory (observatoryroom.org). // (v.) An experiment in site-specific space activation, constructing potential futures using primary

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The Pop-Up Museum

The Pop-Up Museum: // (n.) An exhibition about the past and future of 1) the *Gowanus Canal* and 2) the *museum*. Opens March 3 at Observatory (observatoryroom.org). // (v.) An experiment in site-specific space activation, constructing potential futures using primary

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