Students of the class of the Design for the Living World are inviting festival goers for lunch. Set on a 100 foot long communal table, alongside a modest assortment of breads, cheeses, fruits and vegetables they will provide a collection of questions they have been asking themselves both in Hamburg and New York City respectively. Who owns property, who rents? Do your neighbors know who you are? Why is your neighborhood so clean? Who is benefiting from your minimum wage job? Does it bother you how segregated the city is? Where will you move when they raise your rent? The discussions hope to highlight some of the personal voices regarding New York’s pressing issue of affordable housing. The Invisible Lunch Discussions will take place on Saturday May 30, at a 100-foot-long table on Rivington Street.