To stay on my theme of urban and community regeneration, I'm loving artist Candy Chang's latest project in Fairbanks, Alaska. She took the tallest building there, which is abandoned, and made a statement with it by draping a large "Looking for Love Again" sign off the top floors and by turning the ground floor walls into chalkboards where residents can sketch out their ideas for how the building should be used. For communities to be reimagined, its public spaces must first be reimagined. How phenomenal is it when an artist can come along and help in such a thought-provoking way?
~ JP Pullos