Trans Trash Exhibition, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Trans Trash is a collaborative exhibition that brings together staff, faculty, visiting researchers and students from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and tries to make people sensitive to the subject of waste by raising awarenes and encouraging small local changes in the ways individuals treat garbage in their individual lives.
The aim of this project is to make waste cycles transparent to the public in an attempt to enable more personal social awareness and responsibility. Using Cambridge, MA, as a region of focus, and MIT as a hyper-local example, the works in the exhibition display information about local waste and the overlaps or tensions between the informal and formal waste management sectors.
More information at http://basurama.org/transtrash
Where: Room 408. Building 7. MIT. Mass Av Cambridge. MA. USA. View map
Dates: September 30th – October 23rd 2011.
Opening schedule: Monday-Friday. 9.00am – 6.00pm.
- Nancy Kim. Master of Architecture Candidate. MIT.
- Libby McDonald. Community Innovators Lab’s Green Hub Global Program Associate. MIT.
- Dietmar Offenhuber. Research Fellow. Senseable City Lab. PhD Candidate. MIT.
- Pablo Rey Mazón. Basurama Boston. Co-founder of Basurama and Visiting Scientist at Center for Civic Media. MIT Medialab.
Funded in part by the Council for the Arts at MIT.