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Right to the City in MOMA Exhibit

Uneven Growth is a 14 month long project commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. It addresses the ongoing uneven development across New York City’s boroughs by designing a radically new affordable housing program (Cooperative Housing Trusts) and by exposing— through local narratives— the economic, social and spatial inequalities mirrored in the unprecedented housing crisis. The narratives describe the experiences of local advocates for housing justice, including Noyes grantee Right to the City. They reveal the other New York City by exposing some of the agents and outcomes of illegal conversions, homelessness, foreclosures, land values, vacancies and re-zoned inner city areas. The exhibit runs through May, 2015.