While we see a lot of architect star power, we don’t always see planners getting the same due. While planning has only been considered a profession by trade since the 19th century, city planners have been at work for centuries. This infographic from the University of Florida gives 10 of them you do. How many […]
Terminal Communication is a fixed-frame work featuring the actions of drivers as they approach a badly signed junction leading into Rosslare Harbour ferry port, in County Wexford. Filmed from a vantage point overlooking the junction, the camera captures the incidents which locals then claimed was an everyday occurrence. Since the work was made the temporary blockade has been removed.
This work was made with the assistance of Mike Kavanagh and commissioned under Wexford County Councils Per Cent for Art Programme in 2007. Music used in the work is by Valerio. © 2008 Mike Kavanagh.
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