These days there is something ineluctably thrilling about a cavernous warehouse space converted to cultural use. In fact it's hard to find anyone immune to this particular contagion. Perhaps it's the residue of manufacturing activity, which serves as a romantic metaphor for cultural production in the 21st Century. Or maybe it's that gee-whiz real estate high everyone gets a hit off and can share in. Whatever the allure, in a city like Miami, ever teetering on the cusp of becoming, it's tempting to celebrate the taming of any new turf... More >>>