With shows from over 200 companies appearing at FringeNYC, the program guide may feel intimidating. Here, we suggest a few shows that are relevant to what we care about at City Atlas: New York and its future.
With transparency and sustained idealism, Drake presented her firm’s urban sponges, parks, and “infra-sutures” that aim to heal past wounds and current conflicts caused by massive city projects–like Moses’s BQE, and by “acts of god” like Sandy.
MoMA and PS1 will present 25 winning designs for alternate public housing, for new public space, and other sustainable, new developments for the Sandy-ravaged neighborhood. The call is open to everyone.