I love Sanford. Since moving to Orlando in 2010, it’s been one of my favorite places and inspires me to create. The artsy and culinary parts can be glorious. So I picked up my pass from Pat Greene at Gallery at Avalon Island for this trip and decided I’d depart from the Winter Park station. […]Read more "TrIP Biennale Day 15: I love Sanford by Genevieve Tyrrell"
TrIP2015-313_Revisited (preview) from Jeremy Adams on Vimeo. The difference between public transit in a city like Orlando compared to major metropolitan areas can be most felt in the amount of time spent waiting compared to actually traveling. For my TrIP, I started at Stardust Coffee where I met Pat Greene to get my tickets. I […]Read more "TrIP Biennale Day 14: 313 Revisited by Jeremy Adams"
There we sat at the Lynx bus stop, waiting on the 9:53am 51 Lynx bus to appear in the distance. I felt confident that I had prepped and planned for our first trip on Orlando’s growing public transportation system adequately. My plans for my wife and I were rather simple, leave our vehicles parked for […]Read more "TrIP Biennale Day 13: Impressions from a First Time Rider by Chris Carr"
Brittany Metz and Patricia Lois Nuss are artists and educators working predominantly in the Central Florida area. Metz is a mixed media installation artist most recently experimenting with video and alternative photography, while Nuss is a photographer experienced in traditional and alternative photographic processes. TrIP provided an excellent opportunity for a collaboration that was in […]Read more "TrIP Biennale Day 12: Can you give me a lift? by Brittany Metz & Patricia Lois Nuss"
For several years in my mid-twenties, the only dreams I had were transit dreams. I’d board a bus and it would break down by the side of the road. I’d be on a plane and discover it was headed to the wrong city. I’d stand at the subway doors and the train wouldn’t stop at […]Read more "TrIP Biennale Day 11: Transit Map by Judith Zissman"
Can commuting to work relieve stress? For the month of November, I wanted to see if this could be true. For 1 week I drove my car… For 1 week I road my bike… For 1 week I carpooled… For 1 week I walked… My TrIP to work one way is 3.5 – 4 miles […]Read more "TrIP Biennale Day 10: Biking to Work Is My No. 1 by Lindsay Agnew"
| By Dina Mack | Yes, the “A” is intentional in the title of this post The last TrIP I took was on Day 14 of the first TrIP project in 2013, resulting in The Sensory Space of A Bus. I wanted this year’s trip and this post to be a continuation of the first and […]Read more "TrIP Biennale Day 9: The Sensory Space Of A SunRail by Dina Mack"