Community members were invited to "check out" an artist-made steel frame, which they could take wherever they wanted for four hours.  The frames served as "perspective tools" to re-see a familiar environment and one's relationship to it with the help of a physical tool.   See more images of how participants used the frames here.

Community members were invited to "check out" an artist-made steel frame, which they could take wherever they wanted for four hours.  The frames served as "perspective tools" to re-see a familiar environment and one's relationship to it with the help of a physical tool.  

See more images of how participants used the frames here.