Last weekend, Task Force members the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership teamed up with the Storefront for Art and Architecture to bring the Space Buster, a portable bubble designed by German architecture firm Raumlabor, to a space underneath the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.  Participants from the neighborhood gathered inside the bubble to envision how the space might be enlivened, and came up with a number of ideas, from a community garden to a swimming pool.  Check out a set of photographs and drawings from the event (such as the one seen above) at Myrtle Minutes.