Creating a space for sound
Every fall, the city of Philadelphia is host to the oldest annual festival of its kind in the country: DesignPhiladelphia. For ten days, architects, designers, artists and creative people from all walks of life engage in a variety of projects to highlight the possibilities of design in an urban setting. In 2015, Indie-Life Media had a role on the planning committee of one of these projects: the Pearl Street Passage, a temporary collection of installation art pieces. With members of Worldtown SoundSystem and designers from StuidoRON and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Team 10 created an interactive music space for the alleyway that embodied the project’s theme: SHIFT.