If you were fortunate enough to make it through the swarms of people trying to gain entry into the party, you would have seen a full-blown carnival wonderland for grownup children that took over the Traditional Aviation hangar in the Middle of Nowhere, USA. And if you're like me and froze your ass off at the festival until nearly 1a.m. to watch Thom Yorke whine and moan on stage for an hour before hitting the A|X Armani Exchange & T-Mobile Neon Carnival, it was exactly what you needed to brighten up your night. Whether or not the people who put this event together want to admit it, this party was designed for guests to behave badly, revert back to their 17-year-old wisdom, and engage in behavior otherwise socially unacceptable (and probably illegal) any other day of the year.
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.