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DESIS_Public Service Pronouncement

  1. 1. jayson mai min rachelpsp : public service pronouncements c r e a m i n g l o u d e s t t o g e t h e r
  2. 2. N 10 th e av st e th N wy 9t h st t s rry be N 7t h e st av d or N 6t df h be st ve N 5t sa h st igg dr N 4t h stN 3r d st location: williamsburg
  3. 3. context: visual language
  4. 4. precedents: visual language
  5. 5. NOWPSP is a method for people to be thoughtful about howthey impact their environment using the local visual EXISTSlanguage. What if you were bombarded with with visual images of personal expression rather than corporate expression? What if every time an advertisement went up in your neighborhood it was covered in mockery overnight? And what if the businesses and community mirrored that ethos and helped its proliferation? ACTION PSP takes the existing graphic language of central Williamsburg and asks people to act. The very process of acting and comment- ing makes people reflect on their tacit, local FUTURE: knowledge and makes it public. PSP cap- We are interested in transplanting tures the disseminated knowledge and de- our codification of the Williamsburg codes its use of irony, subversiveness, sin- visual vernacular into other envi- cerity and appropriation of preexisting ronments and potentially producing vernacular. toolkits for understanding irony or producing stickers specific to other unique urban environments. Public Service Pronoucement: Service Idea
  6. 6. visual element: IDENTIFYING PROBLEMS
  7. 7. visual element: SENSE OF PLACE
  8. 8. visual element: OWNERSHIP
  9. 9. visual element: IRONY
  10. 10. visual element: CAUTION
  11. 11. visual element: EXPRESSION
  12. 12. demographic bell curve condo yuppies cultural valuesparticipation uber hipster
  13. 13. ecology map: phase 1
  14. 14. The SceneThe Scene Who: Kendra, an actress and yoga instruc- tor who works at a speakeasy, and a health Who: Kendra, an actress and yoga instruc- nut who recently acknowledged that after tor who works at a speakeasy, and a health 3 years of living in Williamsburg she is only nut who recently acknowledged that after recently able to watch kickball in the park 3 years of living in Williamsburg she is only without dressing up first. recently able to watch kickball in the park without dressing up first. When: On her way home from the park When: On her way home from the park Where: Her neighborhood Where: Her neighborhood Why: Because she likes taking part in the right conversations. Why: Because she likes taking part in the right conversations. The Elements:The Elements: Urban landscape of Williamsburg, PDA with camera, sticker sheet, Twitter accountUrban landscape of Williamsburg, PDA with camera, sticker sheet, Twitter account The PlayersThe Players Sidewalk culture, various local venues and businesses etc., Williamsburg residents and visitorsSidewalk culture, various local venues and businesses etc., Williamsburgresidents and visitors Rachel, Mai, Rachel, Mai, Min & Jay profile : kendra
  15. 15. distriubution + documentation data collection incorproate in exhibition tool - kit Section Amplify Exhibition Stickers + Touch Points Make your own sticker that Map expresses local that re- flects local culture bedford ave Participate Analyzing Data + Under- standing Irony tool-kit Individual Infrastructural Stakeholders - 311 - nyc agencies / departments - local NGOs - local businesses phase 1:3 wks phase 2:1wk phase 3:3wks phase 4-hopefully forever! system map: future phases
  16. 16. psp : public service pronouncements c r e a m i n g l o u d e s t t o g e t h e r NOW in ACTION!
  17. 17. thank you !

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