P.F.1 in the P.S.1 courtyard via NYSun
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, an affiliate of The Museum of Modern Art, has its summer courtyard installation up and running. This year, the ninth annual MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program selected WORK Architecture Company, from New York, to transform the outdoor courtyard into a fully functional urban farm, called Public Farm One, or P.F.1. The farm will stay at P.S.1 through the month of September.
Farming at the Museum [NYSun]
Works Like a Farm and Celebrating P.F.1 [Men’s Vogue]
Summer Farming at P.S.1 [Artnet]
Amale Andraos on the MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program [Artinfo]
In Farm’s Way: PS1’s Hipster Farm [NYPress]
Going Farming at P.S.1’s Warm-Up Parties [VillageVoice]
P.F.1 (Public Farm One) by Work Architecture Company in P.S.1’s courtyard [PS1]
P.F.1. via NYPress
Husband and wife founders of WORK Architecture Company, Amale Andraos and Dan Wood, had a $70,000 budget to work with. The installation consists of two overhead structures made out of cardboard tubes that meet in the middle of the courtyard. The installation houses an array of vegetables, flowers, and other vegetation, and is completely solar powered.
P.F.1 via VillageVoice
P.S.1 is a non-profit public space devoted to contemporary art, and is widely known for leading the alternative space movement. It became affiliated with the MoMA in the year 2000, and since then has created a reputation for itself as an innovative and accessible art space.
P.F.1 via Flickr/tais