TrIP Biennale Day 20: A Small Glimpse into the Lives of Three People Who Happened to Get on the Bus and Sit Down Next to Me by Aaron Harriss

| By Aaron Harriss | As I started the three-mile walk from my house to the bus stop a feeling of dishonesty nagged at me. I don’t use public transit. I don’t own a bicycle. I never even rode the school bus as a kid. Now I was supposed to spend the day riding the […]

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TrIP Biennale Day 18: A New Perspective on a Familiar Landscape by Danielle DeGuglimo

My TrIP began on Pennsylvania Ave. in Winter Park, it was a sleepy over­cast Wednesday morning and I was on my clunky blue road bike. Somewhere along Pennsylvania is a very understated side entrance to Mead Botanical Gardens. The heavy gate opens to a short wandering trail that takes you over a stream that connects […]

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TrIP Biennale Day 17: The Dark Hours by David Thomas Moran

  Both individual and community mobility have huge implications for how people, ideas, and culture(s) are valued and integrated into broader society. The dominance of automobility directly impacts our access to basic needs as well as our sense of self and community. Car culture especially in car-centric cities like Orlando ultimately places emphasis on the experiences […]

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