By Nathan M. Walters, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - To help address questions about urban planning in Rio, the art collective OPAVIVARÁ!, will establish a three-week residency in Rio’s historic Praça Tiradentes. The event, best described as a public performance installation, is intended to challenge the way residents of the city perceive and interact with public spaces.
The installation activities commence this Wednesday, May 16th, with communal laundry, communal cooking, and a modern interpretation of the water fountains that use to be a place of public convergence in Rio.
The group has events planned for . . .