Since 2006, the IDC has used this approach to realize dozens of socially-responsive creative actions around the world. Completed works include an urban tent for the homeless made of reclaimed water bottles and plastic bags; a communal play-space for Romanian orphans constructed of construction debris; a vision for education for the migratory communities of India based upon borrowed resources; a three-dollar projection system designed to rearticulate the manner in which art and architecture is conceived, displayed and regenerated; and a street-based educational system designed within vending architectures for kids working the streets of Bolivia.