Priority Seating For Those Who Want Conversation

Priority Seating For Those Who Want Conversation
technology

Brisbane public art installation aims to promote interactions between commuters through Google maps and geotagging.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 25 february 2011

‘I just wanted to say’ is a multi-platform public intervention/installation currently taking place in Brisbane, Australia. A collaborative piece created by urbanist and designer Yen Trinh with graphic designer Steven Rhodes, it’s a riff on the ubiquitous public transit signs admonishing riders to give up their seats to those with disabilities, but the ‘I just wanted to say’ billboards reserve ‘priority seating for those who want conversation,’ to promote interactions between often sullen commuters.

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