Ian built the roof to an art Sukkah, an exhibition space curated by Danielle Durchslag and Ryan Frank. The show, "Assembly Required: A Sukkah Salon" was featured in Bloomberg news on hot art in New York City:
“Assembly Required: A Sukkah Salon” is a temporary, kosher structure, built with 10 artworks on Durchslag’s balcony. Compact and open to the elements (and with an unobstructed view of the Empire State Building), its canopy of branches and leaves was crafted by Ian Trask. The walls are made with 8-foot-tall panels, each an artwork.
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