The second installation of Commune-ique occurred near Montrose Harbor, which was slightly north of the original planned installation due to logistical issues of parking, space, etc. While it did seem to serve a smaller crowd, the people who frequented this portion of the park were more leisurely and spent time looking at the structure and inquiring about it’s intent. Inside, I sat working on some larger projects utilizing the space as a demarcated work zone. Unfortunately, I was by myself, and it was impossible to document myself completing such work, but next week, I hope to have my fellow assistant Noel Morical on site to assist with obtaining such images. In addition, the day was the perfect Chicago summer day with slight breeze off the lake and a beautiful clear sky. Hoping that additional installations occur on such days as this!