URS 3002. Eduardo Perez, Giesella Karner -Brown, Gabriel Fuks , Brian Doss, Max Segal, Yeison Restrepo , Arthur Fambro , Daniel Vater. History. The Moses House was founded in Tampa, Florida in 1984 by two brothers, Harold and Taft Richardson.
Eduardo Perez, GiesellaKarner-Brown, Gabriel Fuks, Brian Doss, Max Segal, YeisonRestrepo, Arthur Fambro, Daniel Vater
Rather than just being aesthetically pleasing, the “living sculpture” becomes an expression of the history of the Moses House by helping to attract kids and raise awareness.
The “living sculpture” is used as a tool to help promote growth within the SS neighborhood as well as the Moses House organization.
The “living sculpture” allows for a better connection to be introduced between the SS community and the Moses House.
Through this experience the kids were able to develop important decision-making and group leadership skills.
It was important to allow the neighborhood kids to be heavily influenced in the decisions of the “living sculpture” because it becomes a visual description of themselves and their lifestyles/beliefs.
The “living sculpture” was designed to replicate a pirate ship with bench seating using local recycled material.
-Lance as The Superman
-Volunteers as superheroes
-Volunteers contaminate youth
- Youth contaminates the neighborhood