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300,000 aluminum cans, recycled and cast into cracked clay, form a pavilion for an arts festival on NYC's Governors Island this summer.
300,000 aluminum cans, recycled and cast into cracked clay, form a pavilion for an arts festival on NYC's Governors Island this summer.
261 backers pledged $31,448 to help bring this project to life.

Last days for Cast & Place - We close October 31st

Posted by Josh Draper (Collaborator)
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The Cast & Place pavilion will say farewell on October 31st, the last day Governors Island is open to the public for 2017. Members of our team will be out there this Saturday (but not Sunday when it's supposed to pour rain. Although, the mud might be fun ;). Come by and take a last look before we turn it into Kickstarter rewards! We plan to take the pavilion fully down by mid-November after which the rewards production process begins in earnest. We'll be posting updates as we enter the next phase of production!

Thanks everyone for your support! Hope you get a chance to come see the pavilion again by Halloween! Boo!

Speaking of dress up, here's a plug for FIGMENT's Masquerade event coming up on November 8th. Come celebrate 11 years of FIGMENT Project with a festive masquerade ball! Get tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/figment-masquerade-benefit-tickets-38486709785

Cracking in the clay beds
Cracking in the clay beds

 

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