Buscada creates vital spaces for dialogue to foster more just cities, by fusing art, design, and research.
Listen to All Of It with Alison Stewart's interview with Gabrielle about Contested City!
We facilitate people-driven strategic processes that build shared values and transform organizational capacity.
The radically open archives we create are unique spaces of collaboration where multiple voices make histories relevant in the present.
Our place-based approach uses arts, design, and social science, highlighting hidden histories & sparking public dialogue.
“Contested City: Art & Public History as Mediation at New York’s Seward Park Urban Renewal Area" by Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani bridges art, design, activism, and urban history. (University of Iowa Press)
A community-engaged public art & dialogue project – creating unique interventions to spur nuanced dialogue on gentrification and lived experience of neighborhood
A new strategic plan for a POC-centered organization that advances artists and neighbors as change agents in their communities.
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