Greene created an installation that reimagined 83 Pitt Street as a multi-purpose community space and invited peers to organize events that included: a screening of the final 2016 presidential debate followed by a conversation moderated by New York Times staff editor Taylor Adams; screenings of  Videocracy  (Erik Gandini),  The Exhibited  (Jesper Jargil) and  HyperNormalisation  (Adam Curtis), organized by artist Dora Budor; readings from writers Andrew Durbin, Rindon Johnson, Roger Van Voorhees and Steven Zultanski; and performances by Black Rain, Cammisa Buerhaus and Alan Licht. Greene collaborated with åyr, Rose Marcus, Sabine Reitmaier, Tobias Spichtig and Dena Yago to create posters to advertise the events.

Greene created an installation that reimagined 83 Pitt Street as a multi-purpose community space and invited peers to organize events that included: a screening of the final 2016 presidential debate followed by a conversation moderated by New York Times staff editor Taylor Adams; screenings of Videocracy (Erik Gandini), The Exhibited (Jesper Jargil) and HyperNormalisation (Adam Curtis), organized by artist Dora Budor; readings from writers Andrew Durbin, Rindon Johnson, Roger Van Voorhees and Steven Zultanski; and performances by Black Rain, Cammisa Buerhaus and Alan Licht. Greene collaborated with åyr, Rose Marcus, Sabine Reitmaier, Tobias Spichtig and Dena Yago to create posters to advertise the events.

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