The Rotten Apple project exercises creativity agency by finding clever and simple ways to alter his surroundings to introduce new facets of function and fun into the urban environment.
We often hear communities say they don’t have the funding to introduce a new project or program, but sometimes all you need is a little ingenuity. The Rotten Apple project recycles items no longer wanted into clever installations designed to engage community members, and perhaps to also challenged them to think outside the box–or trash bin–before discarding an item as unusable. This inspiring project takes place in NYC, but you’ll see these “hacks” could be done in any size community and by any community member.
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