Open Sheds Installation

“Open Sheds Used for What?” is an experiment in the open construction of space. Over several weeks, artists are invited to intervene and occupy a steel frame with ephemeral works that engage with the site, exploring questions of place-making and public space. For the month of June, the shed was located in an empty lot on 34th Pl and Morgan St, in Bridgeport. In July, the structure moved to the northeast corner of El Paseo Community Garden, where it will be until late August with weekly installations and performances. New works and events will be shared on Instagram and archived on the website.
“Open Sheds Used for What?”is organized by Cecília and Marina Resende Santos in collaboration with the artists presenting their work.
Instagram (currently more up-to-date):
Currently on:
July 19-July 24: “2 city blocks, a central axis”
Installation by artist and designer Breanne Johnson
Upcoming interventions:
July 25 or 26: “Meet me in 10”
Movement piece by writer, researcher, and dancer/choreographer Elizabeth Lindberg
Previous Installation:
July 11-July 18: Untitled (Politics)
Letter garland installation by artist and designer Unyimeabasi Udoh