Brooklyn Boulders hosts a Blister Pact Collection Bin / by Daniella Trask

Ian has been making things AND climbing on things his whole life. In 2007, while living in Salt Lake City, Ian began to take a deeper interest in both art and rock climbing. His eventual move to NYC meant he also had to trade real rock for climbing gyms; Brooklyn Boulders is where he currently sends routes and overcomes problems. When Ian approached them about the Blister Pact project and asked them to host a community collection bin, they were excited to participate and share it with the local climbing community. 

 The collection bin and a textile installation at the entrance of BKB.

The collection bin and a textile installation at the entrance of BKB.