Download Map here -
For some reason I can’t put an image of the map large enough to actually read on here, but here is a link to the field practice website where you can download and print out a map to take with you.
Field Practice -
This is the website of Field Practice, the public art group I’m involved with. You can check out some other happenings in the Mission Hill area here, and see projects that have been done in the past.
Thank you so much! You have no idea how exciting it is for me that these tokens meant something to you, and I am very excited to see what you put up at the end of the semester. I hope you stumble across some of the other tokens on your next walk, or take a map and hunt them down. Either way, I’m glad they are special to you. (sorry it took so long to respond, I’m still figuring out this blog thing)
We went for a walk Sunday night at 11:30. We found the tokens on the Parker Hill benches overlooking Boston around 1 AM, probably shortly after they were distributed.
Those benches are an important place for us, and it was important to find the tokens there. There will be a response piece up there after the semester ends. We’ll let you know.
M&B, MassArt Metals
Here we go. Better quality photos of all of the tokens.
Those aren’t the greatest quality pictures. I’ll have better ones up soon.
Side one of the map, designed by Kevin Banker. This morning I dropped some maps off at the Boston Public Library by the Copley T stop, the Parker Hill Library Branch, and Mike’s Donuts on Tremont St. And that’s all of them! I think I’m going to print some more out this afternoon and see if Yes Oui Si will take some of them.
Side two of the map, designed by Kevin Banker. Hopefully it’s legible, I had to decrease the quality in order to get it on the internet.