Reprogramming the City gallery
1. Lampbrella, Saint-Petersburg, Russia: A street lamp that doubles as a public umbrella by Mikhail Belyaev.
2. Light Therapy, Umea, Sweden: Bus stops’ lighting replaced by anti-SAD light therapy lights by Umea Energi. Photo by Ola Bergengren
3. The Cascade, Hong Kong, by Edge Design Institute
4. UTEC Water Billboard, Lima, Peru.
Proposed by the University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC) in Lima, Peru, converts the region’s 98 percent relative humidity air into drinking water.
5, 6. Softwalks, NYC, by Bland Hoke and Howard Chambers.
This large installation, designed by Bland Hoke and Howard Chambers, features a kit of parts including a chair, counter, light, and planter that, when attached to scaffolding structures, transform them into temporary assembled areas for public rest or play.
7. City Tickets, Boston, by Mayo Nissen.
A local parking meter especially reprogrammed for this exhibition in collaboration with the City of Boston. This installation prints out updates on repairs to local infrastructure problems and contains a space for visitors to suggest their own parking meter reprogramming ideas.
Created by Los Angeles artist Stephen Glassman, represents an initiative to transform billboard structures into living, breathing, air-cleaning bamboo gardens.
The exhibition also includes the following work:
Pavegen Systems Ltd
Ljusterapi (Light Therapy)
PENSA / GOAL ZERO
Looking for a Landscape
New York, NY
A1 Charging Booths
La Grande Cantine
The Low Line
New York, NY
Marsupial Bridge, Urban Bridge
Alex Scott-Whitby / Studio AR
Teradadesign + Qosmo
Los Angeles, CA
Nocturnal Design Lab