Suspended House Tells The Story Of Homeowners Affected By The Recession
A reflective pop-up art pavilion in downtown Flint, Michigan symbolizes the people and places who have been hurt by the worldwide recession.
In an empty parking lot in downtown Flint, Michigan sits the ghost of Mark Hamilton’s house. Hamilton, a young resident of Flint lost his Tudor home to foreclosure. But the thing is, Mark Hamilton and his lost house, do not exist. They are figments of the imaginations of Two Islands studio, a design collective in London, over 3,500 from the Flint parking lot.
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