The orange and blue tent itself is not that unusual. Made of all-weather canvas and measuring 20 feet in diameter, its geodesic design makes it one of the strongest tents on the market. Scattered around the door flap are sandals and sneakers, assorted metal cooking utensils, tree branches and flannel shirts.
The setup wouldn’t be out of place at a campground or an outdoor music festival. But on the Princeton University campus?
Take a closer look.
Nine undergraduate students, led by guest artist Fritz Haeg and Princeton professor Dan Wood, have temporarily colonized and domesticated a part of the New South Lawn on campus. Calling themselves the “Student Colony,” the group is conducting an outdoor class that is equal parts art, architecture and ecological studies.
Read more at The Trenton Times.