What would you do with the WTC plot?

Adam Purple is an artist/gardener that created, back in the 70s-80s this garden in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
Now, Adam and a group of urban designers and gardeners are proposing to create a garden in the piece of ground where the WTC was before Sept. 11th. Perhaps you might want to sign the petition online…

6 Responses to “What would you do with the WTC plot?”

  1. SOFA says:

    Great idea… Especially, giving the produce to the soup kitchens…I doubt the petition will get anywhere, but I took a shot.SOFA

  2. Dr Sharleena says:

    me too! you never knows…

  3. Barry says:

    Probably the best idea I’ve seen in the “what to do with Ground Zero” debate. Although I seriously doubt that it will also be carried out…

  4. rev les ego says:

    http://www.eclectart.com/gardenofeden.html
    BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES
    …please see
    “This Adam wants to plant… [a New] Garden of Eden at [NYC's World] trade center site” by Donna McGuire in “The Kansas City [Missouri USA] Star”
    http://www.kansascity.com/news of 28 January 2002, pages A1 and A6….a VERY RARE 244-page double-autographed (s)edition of “LIFE with les(s) ego”–a documentary/pictorial story of “The [late] Garden of Eden” by “adam purple” (an AKA invented by R(apid)EVolutionary les ego for the 1975-86 NYC USA eARThWORK)–may be obtained for a voluntary contibution of $25 US (postage included) mailed to: Adam Purple, c/o Tres Aztecas, 66 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002 USA…. “LIFE with les(s) ego” contains a 1972 (s)edition of “Zentences!” by “les ego”…also please see
    http://phenomenon.org/intense/zentences/flash4.html
    and
    http://wwwgeocities.com/rev-les-ego/
    for 2000 and 1999 cyber-(s)editions of “Zentences!”
    etc….
    /s/ adam purple (aka “John Peter Zenger II)
    P.S., N.B., “The kNew York Times” published many stories about “The Garden of Eden” in its OFTEN-disinformational (by OMISSION) pages, but NEVER published a panoramic picture such as appear on the “eclectart.com” WWWebsites cited above.

  5. rev les ego says:

    please see: http://www.eclectart.com/newgarden.html

  6. DebK says:

    Yes, how could I not agree! This is a burial ground where so many have died so horribly. It should be left to heal and become a place of beauty. But it is also prime real estate. We shall see!