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Artist Chris Bruch is working on a project called Roll on, Buddy, which has received support from the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. He is bringing Roll on, Buddy to the Magnuson P-Patch during the June 14th work party.
"Roll on, Buddy is a project that allows me to talk to people about how we bring our histories to a new place. In my family and in my life, it has always revolved around planting, gardening, passing down recipes, preserving and commemorating food rituals. I started Roll on, Buddy as a way of reaching out to hear and document other people's stories, and P-Patches seemed the natural place to start.
I will ride to P-Patches in the city during the month of June on a bicycle-trailer-contraption that I made myself as a way of arousing curiosity and to get people talking. I will set up the trailer as a kiosk and engage in conversation with whomever wishes to talk. "