How do you visit a place
you can never go to?
 Ida C. Benedetto
uncommonplaces.com | @idamantium
 
We are in a tenement building.
New York State
Tenement House Act of
1867
!
“Any house, building, or portion
thereof, which is rented, leased,
let, or hir...
‫ַליינס‬‫א‬-‫ָך‬‫א‬‫ק‬ kokh-aleyns -
Yiddish for cook alone
 How do you visit a place
you can never go to?
SFPC Intro Lightning Talk
SFPC Intro Lightning Talk
SFPC Intro Lightning Talk
SFPC Intro Lightning Talk
SFPC Intro Lightning Talk
SFPC Intro Lightning Talk
SFPC Intro Lightning Talk
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My opening presentation for the School of Poetic Computation, Spring 2014

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  1. 1.  How do you visit a place you can never go to?  Ida C. Benedetto uncommonplaces.com | @idamantium
  2. 2.   We are in a tenement building.
  3. 3. New York State Tenement House Act of 1867 ! “Any house, building, or portion thereof, which is rented, leased, let, or hired out to be occupied or is occupied, as the home or residence of more than three families living independently of one another and doing their own cooking upon the premises, or by more than two families upon a floor, so living and cooking and having a common right in the halls, stairways, yards, water- closets, or privies, or some of them.” "Tenement Life in New York - Rag-pickers Court, Mulberry Street" 1879
  4. 4. ‫ַליינס‬‫א‬-‫ָך‬‫א‬‫ק‬ kokh-aleyns - Yiddish for cook alone
  5. 5.  How do you visit a place you can never go to?

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