Transgressive placemaking through adventure, intimacy, and exploration.

The Wanderlust School of Transgressive Placemaking

June 2013, Hosted by Atlas Obscura at Acme Studio.
Bringing neglected spaces back to life and making the invisible visible has animated the work of archeologists and urban spelunkers, city planners and activists. In this four part discussion series, Wanderlust explores the logistics and ethics of how to re-imagine and re-make the far side of the "No Trespassing" sign.

Broken Legs, Surveillance Cameras and Black Mold:
Safety & Security Off the Grid
Go Directly to Jail:
Trespassing & the Law
Getting In Is the Easy Part:
Site-Specific Experience Design
"For The Little Old Lady In Japan":
Documentation & Legacy

The series would not have been possible without help from:

Dirby Luongo, Myric Lehner, Laine Nooney, Shira Bannerman, Ereka Duncan, Kaitlin Prest, Mike Sweeney, Dylan Thuras, Michelle Enemark, Brian Colgan, Steve Papageorge, Jon Morris, Nicolina Art, and Julio Mora