Those of you that have read Chairs and Buildings for years (yes it’s been years) know that I am exceedingly interested in work that changes the social form of art and design. I have told my students that I think the days of the gallery as a cultural catalyst is over and new forms of sharing work, ie the art incubator and the residency are the ways for community and work to move forward. This small but insightful project by artists comrades Sara Jones, Andrea Wenglowskyj and Leah Gauthier illustrates this point. This small suitcase encompasses 20 American artist’s work and is currently traveling all over the United States to exhibit these works to under served communities. I love the idea that these works might not be on a WALL when being viewed, they might be held, discussed and carefully passed around. I say a new visceral way to view art and design is in the works.