There is something so thrilling and appealing about a pop-up carnival. On a hot summer's night, neon frosted rides appear in vacant lots surrounded by food trucks. From distances, the colorfully brilliant lights, aromas of spicy/sweet fried fair foods, and the cries of pleasure from the merrymakers beckon like sirens. There is an elusive architecture created and constructed by fleeting seasonal spontineity. It is an architecture of movement, imagination, memory that is built on our link to childhood. Neon is its core element just as light defines all architecture.
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