Jack Alterman, Tom Bradford, Clemson School of Architecture, Vassiliki Falkehag, Susan Gregory, Megan Goettsches, John Kenney, Patrick Marzett

A temporary series of mobility-inspired sculptures and resident-inspired photography that will demonstrate mobility in creative, architectural ways. These pieces, along with large format photographs of neighbors on the columns supporting the overpass, will be installed along the 0.6 mile portion of an existing paved path under I-26 (Cypress to Huger).

Interested? Please contact bennett@enoughpie.org


Erin Butcheck of College of Charleston

Bodies of Action is a dance video filmed in the style of Busby Berkeley and performed by bicyclists, roller skaters , wheelchair users, skateboarders, and dancers from the local community.  The filming will occur May 20th between 10-3 where dancers will learn the choreograph and perform the work.  Participants can attend a voluntary run though on May 13th at 10 am.

Interested? Please contact bennett@enoughpie.org

Erin Butcheck of College of Charleston & Bridget Corrigan of DanceFX

Crosswalk Dances is a mapped dance performance in which dancers complete short dances in the amount of time it takes to cross at a light.  Performed by dancers from the College of Charleston and the local community, the improvised peice asks dancers to respond in the moment to “prompts” inspired by traffic such as yield, stop, change lanes, bumper to bumper, etc.  Audiences can follow the dancers along the route or stumble upon the performance as it is occurring.

Interested? Please contact bennett@enoughpie.org


The Devine Knitters & Clemson’s School of Architecture

Knitters and crocheters meet weekly at St. Julian Devine Community Center to create a colorful, artistic sculpture wrapped in yarn. The sculpture, an architectural folly, is being created by Clemson’s School of Architecture.  The knitted piece will be positioned on the lawn of the St. Julian Devine Community Center at 1 Cooper St. and we will encourage interaction with the community-created, life-sized public art piece.

The Devine Knitters meet Monday’s at 5:30 in the 3rd Floor of St. Julian Devine Community Center, 1 Cooper Street.  All are welcome and all materials are provided.

Interested? Please contact bennett@enoughpie.org


Megan Tomasso, Jillian Nichols, Cortney Bishop Design, Kaelyn Robinson & Avery Kennedy-Penuel of American College of the Building Arts, & April Magill of Root Down Designs

The Upper Peninsula is in desperate need of bus stops that are complete, hospitable, and safe.  A coalition of local architects and artists will design and construct creative, functional bus stops that are comfortable to sit at and protect riders from the elements.  Some stops will employ sustainable, time-tested techniques like rammed-earth modeling, while others will tap into the modern aesthetic of clean geometric lines.

Interested? Please contact bennett@enoughpie.org


Paisley Addams, Alec Brebner, Ill Vibe The Tribe, Katie Petterson & Heather Thornton

Upper King Street is the focus of our artistic crosswalk series. With 14 creative crosswalks designed by 5 local artists, we seek to link people on foot with restaurants, schools, neighborhoods, shops, greenspaces, religious institutions, a library, bicycle and mass transit infrastructure, and a grocery store. AWAKENING: MOTION programming and wayfinding will further connect the community to these artistic installations.

Interested? Please contact savannah@charlestonmoves.org


Joel Sadler, YES&

Creative wayfinding signage will be designed and installed throughout the Upper Peninsula to direct visitors and residents to existing community resources, such as libraries, grocery stores and community centers.

Interested? Please contact savannah@charlestonmoves.org


Partners: Hiawatha Addison (Bridgeview Village), Jared Bramblett (civil engineer & artist), Vonie Gilreath (BCDCOG, CARTA), Radia Heyward (Charleston Promise Neighborhood), Betsy La Force (CCL), Charlie Letts (resident), Megan McNamara (Holy Spokes, Charleston Bike Share)

Technical assistance provided by City of Charleston and South Carolina Department of Transportation

The Bridgeview Bike Lane will be a temporarily installed two-way cycle track from Bridgeview along Brigade Street, crossing Morrison and Meeting Streets, leading to the entrance of the future Lowline beneath I-26. Once on the existing maintenance path adjacent to the future Lowline, riders will be directed to a temporary entrance to Grove Street, leading to Food Lion, other shopping and restaurants, schools, places of worship, a library and community greenspaces.  

Interested? Please contact savannah@charlestonmoves.org


Kevan Hoertdoerfer & Ashley Jennings

FRAMEwork is an art installation designed and facilitated by Charleston architects Kevan Hoertdoerfer and Ashley Jennings.  The site specific, temporary structure is created to serve as a catalyst for connectivity and engage residents in a discussion about the future of transit in our community.

Located at the corner of Meeting and Mt. Pleasant Streets, it will be activated with performances, presentations, film screenings, and community round tables along with information of a potential future transportation network for the greater Charleston area. Staff from Enough Pie and Charleston Moves will be onsite daily throughout May to hold discussions.  Holy Spokes will place a new bike rack onsite and will be offering $5 annual bike share contracts to residents of the Upper Peninsula.  Comprehensive studies like the 2025 Lowcountry Rapid Transit Plan and the People Pedal Plan, which have inspired the project, will be presented and discussed.

This site specific urban room is imagined as a place to congregate, a place to reclaim, a place to provoke and a place for the community to gather.  It is our hope and vision that the residual pieces surrounding this place hold the keys to summoning a future that is mutually beneficial to all the inhabitants that occupy the upper peninsula.

Interested? Please contact bennett@enoughpie.org