Bravin and Lee have a strong interest in site-specific, public and installation art projects. In 2006 Karin Bravin curated and produced Studio In The Park, eleven installations in Riverside Park. The projects were sited in unexpected places: under tunnels, on baseball backstops, in the Hudson River, and along the meandering paths. In 2009 Bravin became consultant for the Downtown Alliance, where she selected and oversaw ten art projects on construction barriers in lower Manhattan for a three year project called Re: Construction; In the Fall of 2012 she curated 19 site -specific indoor and outdoor works at Lehman College for a show entitled Space Invaders. During Bushwick Open Studios, she organized an exhibition of 14 site-specific works for Storefront Ten Eyck. Bravin is curating an upcoming issue of potential dream public art projects for Zing Magazine and she is on the Art Advisory council of the Karl Stirner Arts Trail in Easton, Pennsylvania where she helps identify both permanent and temporary art work for the site.