| Quark Park, conceived, designed and organized by Kevin Wilkes, Peter Soderman and Alan Goodheart, is similar in concept to the their widely praised Writers Block of 2004.
This time they have enfranchised local scientists and engineers, architects and landscape architects, artists and designers to collaborate in teams on the creative installations.
Once again, the garden is transforming the temporarily vacant lot behind the Hulfish Street Garage, on Paul Robeson Place, into a special transformative space that offers the visitors a bit of science, a bit of garden, a place of public greeting and meeting all with a leavening bit of humor and wit. Our garden is intended to delight you and enchant your spirits. Quark Park is only open until the end of November - so visit now and enjoy its buoyant desire to charm visitors.
September 27, 2004
Creativity flourishes in Writers Block Garden
By Jennifer Greenstein Altmann, Princeton Weekly Bulletin
August 18, 2004
A Folly - Where Architects and Artists Converge
Bart Jackson, U.S. 1 Newspaper
Kevin Wilkes, Peter Soderman and Alan Goodheart have teamed up to promote the
talents of the Princeton area art and architecture community. They are dedicated
to improving the public realm in Princeton, New
Jersey. They focus their efforts on the design, creation, construction,
management and maintenance of publicly accessible gardens, landscapes, open
space and parks that celebrate the Princeton area community. They wish to assist other public and private entities in their efforts to beautify and maintain existing public parks and