Late last year Kate Orff (of SCAPE) participated in the Rising Currents exhibition at New York’s MoMA. We missed the show but loved the projects. Kate’s project Oyster-Tecture is amazingly thought-provoking and strikes a cord near and dear to our hearts. Rather than try to explain the depth and brilliance of Oyster-Tecture we’ll let her do it — in the video from TedWomen.
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