The exhibit runs throughout January, and until May 26th, at BSA Space in Boston and it is one of the most interesting Events in Boston that you'll find near The Boston Park Plaza Hotel - A Luxury Boston Hotel. Rights of Way: Mobility and the City features dozens of examples of visionary urban thinking, and it shows how cities are shaped by the ways in which people move through them.
The exhibition is curated by James Graham and Meredith Miller, of MILLIGRAM-office, and it demonstrates how our urban environment is the result of constant negotiation between designers, policy makers, individual residents, and the private sector.
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Rights of Way: Mobility and the City, however, is a truly unique exhibit that you won’t likely see elsewhere. The exhibit claims that access to mobility is access to opportunity, and that everyone has his or her own “right of way.” The show is future oriented and delves into how public rights are always at play in the shared urban areas of a city.
At Rights of Way, you will be able to examine large-scale urban possibilities for the future, and evaluate contemporary examples of innovative design for transit and public space. Come and view historical attempts at remaking a city and see how individual adaptations of mobility systems have been of benefit to citizens.
Rights of Way includes 3 projects from the 2012 Audi Urban Future Award, focusing on 3 megaregions: The Pearl River Delta in China’s Guangdong Province, Sao Paulo, and the Boston-Washington corridor. Displays include drawings, renderings, videos, photography, infographics, and an extensive media library.
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