This husband-and-wife team, based in Williamsburg, prefers to create spaces for things to happen, as opposed to just creating “things” (buildings). And they cite the growing popularity of impermanent architectural projects, whose impact is stronger due to their ephemeral nature.
From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 33. ;Original air date: 12/22/2010.
Brooklyn's art scene is one of the most vibrant and diverse in the world. Each month, Caught in the Act profiles a cross-section of key Brooklyn professionals in fine art, dance, music, theatre—and new forms of expression combining all of the above. From established institutions of international stature, to the emerging artists and companies that have long made our borough’s arts scene so exciting, Caught in the Act catches them in the act of creating, displaying, interpreting—and enriching—the cultural life of Brooklyn. Caught in the Act is part of Brooklyn Independent Television, a community media program of BRIC Arts|Media|Bklyn and can be seen on the BCAT TV Network every Wendesday at 10pm. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit