The New York Times featured Australian artist Natalie Jeremijenko's "Amphibious Architecture" installation this week, where you can text and even share a meal with fish in the East River.
Political polarization poses a massive obstacle to collective action towards a sustainable and just society. Knowing this raises some heady questions: How do we scale up forums for constructive public conversations about contentious issues? How do we create a culture of civil discourse? And then how do we translate this into sustained action?