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Neil Freeman is an urban planner and artist. His work has appeared in the Believer, Black Book and the Next American City, and in exhibitions in Chicago, London, New York and Cambridge. He recently received a Master in Urban Planning from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He lives in Brooklyn.
by Caitlin Blanchfield • No Comments
Curating has become a ubiquitous cultural buzzword over the past couple years, ascribing thematic connections to just about anything that can be assembled. But Sunday night, when a crowd gathered at the Old School on Mott Street for the latest Moonlighter Presents installment, the evening took a refreshingly unthematic...
by Urban Omnibus • 3 Comments
Neil Freeman and Todd Shalom discuss walking through the city as a medium of art, poetics and urban awareness.