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Each year, New York’s Museum of Modern Art and its contemporary art affiliate MoMA PS1 select an emerging architect to design a temporary, environmentally minded outdoor installation for MoMA PS1.

This year’s winning design by CODA — an Ithaca, New York-based experimental design studio — calls for the creation of a large wall covered in woven wood scraps, harvested from an eco-friendly Ithaca skateboard manufacturer. The wall is ballasted by water-filled, polyester-based pillows that can be illuminated at night. 


Oregon-based artist Brittany Powell’s “Sandwiches As Art” project is part of her Low Commitment Projects: ”a series of artistic concepts and schemes that don’t require any significant outlay of time, energy or money.

AKA she plays with her food.