How do people change the conditions of everyday life? This is
the first question raised by Lyn Löwenstein's "interventionist"
art. Löwenstein sees art practice as a research tool for mapping
and revealing the dimensions of the imaginary and the institutional
in society. Her installations Bridge, The Other March,
and its predecessor Do Others Before They Do You -
investigate popular activism as an expression of consciousness.
These assemblages present culture and identity as a complex set
of relations, which everybody (not only artists) can alter as they