“Formafantasma has been incredibly thoughtful in their approach. Their installation, titled ‘Stairway to Columbus’ is the only one that is not directly on Washington Street. But is truly about Washington Street. They are creating a mini-museum in a second story window of a courtyard one block east of Washington Street. The designers have been working closely with archivist Tricia Gilson to display material samples, historical clippings, and photographs showcasing the history of the materiality of Washington Street. They are ambitiously creating a new exhibit for every one of the twelves weeks of Exhibit Columbus. To see their work, you will have to climb a staircase made of brick glazed in volcanic ash, a material that they have been developing with Dzek for over two years!”  Photo 6 of 6 in Get the Scoop on Exhibit Columbus With Designer Jonathan Nesci