The great thing about Olson Kundig Architect's monthly storefront installation in Pioneer Square is that it's never boring. For one, it's hard to go wrong with an art installation when architects are involved. One in a Million is the latest installation to take over the space and is a collaboration between Olson Kundig and Students Rebuild, a program that aims to connect youth to global issues and educate them about world problems. This month, you can walk amongst hundreds of "bones" being built, displayed beneath a plexiglass floor.
The bones, built by attendees (that could be you, 11:30am - 1:30pm Tues - Fri) are part of a larger project by Students Rebuild, in which millions of bones will be spread across the Mall in Washington, DC in front of the Capitol Building.
Bones are made with clay at the installation opening, but are also being built by youth around the country in classrooms and other programs, who are part of the Students Rebuild program.
Olson Kundig's Storefront space is open to the public from 11:30am-1:30pm Tuesday-Friday.