Eco-sculpture park and Museum operates as a ’’Medium’’ and allows existing landscapes, and marshlands at the waterfront to heal over time. Eco-sculpture by providing raised art platforms provides space for artists to intervene and reinterpret what climate, sea-level rise, and environment mean to them. In the Museum the openings are chosen as a form of language to make visitors focus on the certain views throughout the mastic beach where they can observe ecosystems’ slow movement and flourishment. /In a collaboration with Benjamin Akhavan/
Advanced Architecture Tutorial, Columbia GSAPP/ Critic: Tei Carpenter