Kate Orff – Saving the Planet with Oysters

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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