Critical Halloween

Criticality finds its place in Halloween.

I live Halloween 24/7/365. And yet the act of dressing up on October 31 simply doesn’t do it for me. It hasn’t ever, really.

Still, I appreciate a good effort and I think I might have a hard time finding an event as clever/hilarious/yet critical than the Storefront for Art & Architecture’s Critical Halloween. Sure there are horror films being screened city-wide in celebration of all things scary but where else can one find a “costume architecture party devoted to the most feared ghost of architectural production: BANALITY”.

They even provide inspiration.

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