Part of an annual exhibition of structures made by unopened food cans which are later donated to local hunger relief organisations. This was at the Winter Garden, public space of the massive Brookfield Place in Battery Park, but later I learned that exhibitions, events and even design competitions are also held in other U.S. cities and internationally. And visitors can also take part by bringing their own cans for donation.
My favourite was the Guggenheim in front of a wall made out of Greek olive oil tins, but I don’t think it won the competition.
November 7th, 2016