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Popup Research Station Investigates: Phantom Gallery Chicago Placemaking Projects 2003 - 2020

"Art is Business" from the archives  East Garfield Park Market Place, "Examing the State of Our Environment", 2007 curators uncovered value in the horse and carriage stalls that had been abandoned for years, at the Garfield Park Conservatory, curators repurposed as marketplace curators invited six artists to install projects. Not pictured is John Song of Mobile Studios.   Gabi Patti  Fredrick Owens, PopUp at Austin Public Library, SAIC Carol Frances Lung featured project, 2007 documenting and archiving projects after completing their investigation.  There’s a lot of underutilized space in cities. Tactical urbanism can be used to uncover value and demonstrate how an underutilized space could be transformed to contribute to safety, community building, or economic goals. 1. Uncover the value There’s a lot of underutilized space in cities. Tactical urbanism can be used to uncover value and demonstrate how an underutilized space could be transformed to contribute to sa

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