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Team: Erica Bush, Juliette Dubroca, Mariana Gutheim
Central Collective will project silent short moving images meant to showcase Seattle designers from underrepresented communities. Through ‘It’s about time’, Central Collective intends to reflect on the lack of visibility of women, communities of color, immigrants and LGBTQI+ in our creative industries. This invisibility leads to a monoculture which struggles to address in our creative professions: pay equity, flexible hours, diverse hiring practices and promotions, fertility, and health inequities, among other issues. At the scale of the city and the region, this monoculture percolates through design decisions to reinforce single family zoning laws, car driven urban centers, privatization of public space, etc.. These in turn serve to reinforce segregation and race discrimination through policing practices.
Built Reflection can be seen from a wheelchair accessible, no step parking lot, accessed from the public right-of-way. The space for viewing is expansive, with plenty of room to practice social distancing including maintaining 6 ft distance from other parties and wearing a mask.