The (re)WALL seeks to rethink the wall as an attractor rather than a divider, offering to give those who approach it power through their experience with it. The (re)WALL demonstrates the cyclical process of recycled materials, highlighting the lesser-known phases of the cycle and allowing for public participation.
Walls have been symbols of power throughout human history. They are ever-present in the built environment and work to control the flows of people and redirect natural forces. The (re)WALL seeks to rethink the wall as we know it. While creating space, it offers something in return. It is both interactive and educational. By handling the components of the (re)WALL, one can contribute to its aesthetic as well as learn about lesser-known phases of the recycling process. The (re)WALL offers the power to create as well as the power of knowledge.