Free-See-Saw is a hybrid urban furniture and play that aims to become a dialectic space for New Yorkers. Through Free-See-Saw people have the possibility to change existing equilibriums and redefine their role through play. Through its playful character, Free-See-Saw suggests a more informal use of public space that it is somehow lacking today. The urban furniture becomes a performance, a space for spectacle, where the role of subject-object, performer-viewer is not clearly defined. The intervention has also the possibility to imply the need not only for participation, but also collaboration or co-operation among New Yorkers.

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