The Path of Roses was a Sufi-inspired installation of embroidered tapestries, calligraphic steel sculptures, decorated ceramic basins filled with rose water, a series of prints, and scroll-like silk banners. Algerian artist Rachid Korachi created, in his own words, "an alphabet of memory that transcends the boundaries of space and time, in which the sacred and profane converge into one." In this way, Korachi merges a mystical symbolism with ideological issues.
Photo-documentary and Interactive Digital Display by Andrea Gaffney & Rayna Huber. Candeal Pequeno is a low-income neighborhood in Salvador, Brazil. The basis of the documentary was to study the founding policies of Pracatum's rehabilitation program and their effects upon the urban and architectural forms of the favela.
Installation by Alexandre Champagne and Deina Luberts in the alley across from the Public Library in Ithaca. The intervention intended to reveal the alley's dynamic qualities, serving as a commentary, projecting the alley as an artifact of the urbane, as a collector of remnants.