Interboro in Metropolis Magazine


Elizabeth Evits Dickenson took solace from Interboro’s ideas about ghostwriting in urban planning and architecture in an Point of View article in Metropolis Magazine. After hearing Interboro speak about a “…new kind of advocacy that emphasizes the importance of identifying, and documenting progressive practices that already exist, but that are underappreciated and have little legitimacy.” Elizabeth connects the work of Interboro to other community advocates, such as Leslie Jensen-Inman, Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and Ellen Lupton at the Maryland Institute College of Art, all of whom suggest that communication is an undervalued asset in the design professions.

See Elizabeth’s write-up here.