The Good Neighborhood Project

Parking for People, Rockridge Bart station in Oakland, California (click to see full image)
Parking for People, Rockridge Bart station in Oakland, California (click to see full image)

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Parking for People, Rockridge Bart station in Oakland, California (click to see full image)
Parking for People, Rockridge Bart station in Oakland, California (click to see full image)

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PIiedmontr stickerl copy
PIiedmontr stickerl copy

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Parking for People, Rockridge Bart station in Oakland, California (click to see full image)
Parking for People, Rockridge Bart station in Oakland, California (click to see full image)

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The Good Neighborhood Project challenges the notion of “good neighborhoods,” which is often code for being anti-Indigenous, anti-Black, anti-Brown, anti-poor & working class, and anti-Earth. 

 

This series from the project take on the form of public signs. Mimicry of official signage is a way to subvert the authority of governing bodies and social norms that cause harm. “Blending in,” as these signs are designed to do, points to the forces of the conformity while being disruptive.

 

Please stay tuned for more posts about this project.

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