August 26, 2021
Torkwase Dyson Reflects on Hyper Shapes
Torkwase Dyson is a New York–based artist whose work examines the interrelationships between spatial and racial justice. Her installation Liquid a Place: In Two Acts will inaugurate Pace’s London location in October, and next year, her work will be included in A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration at the Mississippi Museum of Art.
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The Portal Pairs Circular Waste Technology and High Design
An off-grid toilet developed by Jeff Wilson’s Jupe; the Portal aims to revolutionize the porta-potty experience.
Soft-Firm Empowers Communities by Reframing Social Paradigms
Talitha Liu and Lexi Tsien of New York City–based Soft-Firm bring their sociocultural awareness to design projects in Brooklyn and beyond.
Inside the Fight to Save Two Saarinen Churches in Columbus, Indiana
The small city has a wealth of modernist architecture, but preserving it isn’t always straightforward, the contrasting fates of two churches by Eero and Eliel Saarinen show why.