Place/Setting Installation Overview


October 12-15, 2017 @ Boston's HUBweek

7 set pieces + 3 tables + 10 guests + 1 conversation menu


Place/Setting is a social art installation, designed to host an intimate brunch conversation that is made semi-transparent to help the public understand how ideas are shared within and amongst organizations and experts in the city.

The installation housed  four public meals with  guests from a mix of grassroots and legacy institutions with themes revolving around the growing disparity in income in greater Boston and the arenas in which this is being addressed: , urban agriculture, civic engagement and design, cooperative economic models, and housing, communities, and media.

You can listen to the conversations, read notes left by dinner guests and visitors during the week:


Housing, Communities, and Media

The Cooperative Economy

Urban Agriculture

Civic Engagement and Design