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I am Here is a public art work developed in Hackney borough of London, raising the issue about the increasing number of half-empty and locked housing estates in contemporary cities. The project aims at humanizing the Haggerston & Kingsland building by replacing the 67 bright orange boards fitted over the windows of all the empty flats with large-scale pictures of its residents.

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    I can’t think of too many examples in Baltimore that are HALF empty, but I think this is a great and encouraging way to...
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