“The Available City” recognizes the role of design and designers as one of many necessary perspectives in shaping thinking.
Entitled “The Available City,” the Biennial’s organizing idea is that a patchwork of vacant, underused spaces, when viewed from a certain vantage, will resolve into a legible geography.
Mindworks introduces us to the insights and methods of Behavioral Science, the field that combines academic economics with psychology and other social sciences to dig deep into how and why we humans make our decisions.
A design journey in Columbus, Indiana.
A night market pops up during the day this summer.
“I am really looking forward to a larger international public to learn more about parts of Chicago that are not represented on the postcard.”
Designing a Chicago comics exhibition
A taste of early Cold War America.
“We will bring a project based in the history and politics of Mexico City to present in Chicago, and we see a unique opportunity to interact with the Mexican and Latinx communities there.”
“We’re looking forward to making space in the city for a pause, especially for those who want to do nothing.”