When Seattle Cancer Care Alliance prepares to build a new immunotherapy clinic, their first stop is an old Sears warehouse. There, using 8′ cardboard panels, staff and patients get a chance to shape the space into something no architect could have designed alone.
The act of making is not about creativity or innovation, but rather a challenge to empathize with others different from ourselves. That other may be a character in a play, a fellow actor, a piece of wood, a dancer, or even your own body. We often think we know them, but really… have no idea.