Monthly Archives: July 2011

Urban Density

I considered myself lucky when I flew into New York La Guardia last week from the south.  I like that approach because it takes you right over the whole of NY Harbor with a view of the Statue of Liberty … Continue reading

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Commonalities and Differences

Jerusalem, War Horse, and Sleep No More have a lot in common: They’re playing to sold-out houses in New York I saw all three in a two-day binge of theatre-going last weekend They all have large ensembles of extraordinarily good … Continue reading

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Prague reflections

It’s been almost a month since I landed in Prague to see the sites and attend the Prague Quadrennial, the international exhibit of scenography founded by Josef Svoboda in the 1960s now known as “the PQ.”  International pavilions filled several … Continue reading

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Can’t Stop Thinkin’ about Tomorrow

I always enjoy it when my brother’s Psychology Today blog intersects with the themes here at Creative Infrastructure.  His topic this week is “the future,” or rather the nostalgia he feels for the way we used to imagine the future … Continue reading

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