Fringed Sukkah is a drawing in Visionary Drawing Building, an exhibition and book of drawings envisioning speculative architecture at Mass MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art). 

My drawing is of a fringed sukkah in the form of a huge talit (Jewish prayer shawl) that symbolizes the prophet Zechariah’s teaching that if people worldwide would live for one week in huts open to their neighbors and the sky then all humanity would experience peace.

Fringed Sukkah appears on page 184 of the catalog of the exhibition published as a book Architectural Inventions: Visionary Drawings by Matt Bua & Maximilian Goldfarb (London: Laurence King Pulbishing, 2012).

Explainatory note at the Mass MOCA exhibition and in catalog/book:

"The sukkah is a hut built to celebrate the holiday of Sukkot during which Jewish families move out of their  homes into fragile structures with roofs through which stars can be see.  The biblical prophet Zechariah (14:16-19) teaches that world peace will come if people everywhere would live for just one week in a sukkah open to their neighbors and to the sky.  Blue fringes flowing from the sukkah link sky to sea, heaven to earth, and spirituality to everyday life."