LA Daily News on A Path Appears
As people enter the exhibition, they encounter pavilions (by design firms wHY Architecture in Culver City and C&G Partners in New York City) fashioned out of recycled newspaper, bubble wrap and tires.“Our concept was to make an enabling experience, in every sense of the word,” says wHY founder Kulapat Yantrasast. “Experience that is open-source, free to roam, and hopefully encourages people to take action.”
The firms call it “a low-tech, high-charm approach” to the experience.
“They’ve taken materials that would otherwise be thrown away in a landfill somewhere and turned it into something both beautiful and structurally useful,” Clancey says. “The idea is we can do the same with people’s lives; we can take lives that are often overlooked because they’re poor or considered lost causes and turn them around.”
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