On Wednesday, March 10th, at 7pm ET, join us for an evening of What’s on Our Walls? Zooming live from the Museum.
NMOP Founder Len Davidson sits down with local artist Mason Carter to discuss his current exhibition: Blendini City, a Technicolor daydream of speculative urban design in which all the buildings are alive. They’ll dive into Carter’s process of imagining what our future cities will look like and how that translates into civic advocacy today.
You can access the Zoom event here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83384683644?pwd=bTRFVzIvYWtoS01yd3dpTllsWk85Zz09.
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 10th, 7pm ET
I came up with the idea of Blendini City in the year 2018, after falling in love with my home city Philadelphia’s architecture and mourning over too many demolished treasures. I thought to myself, “what if buildings had feelings too?” So I just started drawing neighborhoods, and I really had no idea I was going to create a whole world where I would reside as the Mayor.
Being the Mayor, even with its challenges, has been an absolute joy. That’s because I’ve set out to create a city that is well-run, a joy to live in, and offers tremendous opportunities for its people and buildings. From its thrilling transit system to its mosaic of neighborhoods, I hope I can show Blendini City as an alternative to how we think of the future city: an authentic place that celebrates the past, present, and future.
What’s on Our Walls? is a free virtual series presented by the Neon Museum of Philadelphia, which spotlights special exhibitions.
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