On Saturday, May 4, artists, architects, poets, technologists, entrepreneurs, and inventors shared their ideas and invited participants to actively shape their city and involve themselves in its urban improvement. StreetFest served as the grand finale of the New Museum’s ‘Ideas City’ festival, a four-day conference featuring workshops and more than one hundred independent and public events that are forums for proposing solutions and accelerating creativity.
Princeton Architect student, Alistair Stokes designed a New York City apartment.
Inside environmentalist, Kim Holleman’s Trailer park. A living public park housed inside a fourteen foot aluminum trailer.
Terreform ONE is an erected as a tower made of styrofoam packaging from about the neighborhood equalling one hour of styrofoam refuse produced in Manhattan.
Traditional and modern ways of making Kimichi.
The Sketchbook Project, a mobile library that gives bystanders a peak at the global, crowd-sourced art project and traveling exhibition of handmade books.
Brooklyn Soda Works. Carbonated fruit juices and handmade sodas.
Love Yourself Project.
The Spacebuster, an inflatable mobile structure that hosted a series of performances throughout the day.
All photos by Lauren Hawker. For more, check out the BTR Flickr set.