Monday, October 11, 2010

In Case You Can't Make it to Re:Form School in Little Italy, Here's an Epic Photo Tour

Posted By on Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 10:33 AM

Re:Form School

From the bombed school bus out front by TrustoCorp (pictured) to the playground murals and installations by street art stars and impressive group exhibitions inside, the Re:Form School exhibition in the disused school at 233 Mott Street (between Prince and Spring and open until 6pm tonight) is an absolute must-see. But, in case you can't, here's a handy photo tour of some of the education-themed event-exhibition.

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  • TrustoCorp smashed the back of the bus.

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  • TrustoCorp bus detail.

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  • Entryway mural by Faile.

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  • One of many little figures by Kelly Towles planted throughout.

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  • The main mural in the schoolyard, by WK Interact.

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  • Another Kelly Towles piece.

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  • A school bus by Erik Otto, with a piece by Swoon in the background.

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  • A tall 2006 piece by Swoon.

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  • A small Elbow Toe piece next to a stained glass window.

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  • The Supply Room, a gift shop of sorts, featured plenty of cool items and walls covered with pages torn from old textbooks.

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  • Stairwell neon.

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  • Another neon.

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  • A participatory post-it mural project in one of the classrooms.

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  • A view of the schoolyard from the third floor.

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  • Portraits of famous people in the hallway.

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  • School's out, forever.

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  • The innumerable details of daily school life that are still everywhere apparent give the building incredible character.

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  • Eric Anderson chalkboard mural.

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  • Scantron art!

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  • A hot 8-bit childhood scene by The Hole's director Kath Grayson.

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  • Some brain connectors by Michel Gondry.

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  • Photos by Jaimie Warren in the hallway.

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  • A mural painted on textbook bindings by Specter.

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  • A scary installation of belts and paddles.

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  • This door looked more trapezoidal in person. Still charming.

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  • Another Kelly Towles dude.

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  • A Taylor McKimens sculpture.

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  • A tiny metropolis of Russian nesting dolls.

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  • Staring out the window, looking at the TrustoCorp bus.

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  • A map of high school graduation rates by state made of pencils (New York: not so hot).

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  • The boy's/men's room, where so many swirlies have been administered.

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  • Even the bathrooms are full of wisdom.

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  • Class is over.


(photos by Benjamin Sutton)

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