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Brief Interruptions in the Waste Stream

Future Farmers explore the absurdities and complexities of everyday life in their art and design installations.

Design-types have been veering toward the scatalogical this past month. Architizer hosted NYC’s Worst Bathroom Contest. The Acumen Fund announced the winners of its competition, Sanitation is Sexy: Make it Obvious. And San Francisco’s Center for the Book presented the exhibition, "Erratum: Brief Interruptions in the Waste Stream," in which Future Farmers (aka Amy Franceschini and Michael Swaine) take sledgehammers to a toilet and reform the detritus into bricks.

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