Next Saturday, April 5, the building that transformed into one of Salt Lake City's coolest art projects to date will be demolished. That's right folks, 337 is finally blowing up. The news comes as somewhat of a relief to most of the local artists involved whose intention from the get go was to create works that most certainly would crumble soon after they were fully formed. The temporary nature of 337 inspired participants to take risks they previously never considered. And while it will be sad to watch the colorful multi-media installation fall to pieces, with its ruin brings the promise of not only a promising exhibit at the Salt Lake Art Center this summer featuring new works by select artists who participated in 337, but also a seven-story structure made from shipping containers (pictured) housing eight residential condo units and an art gallery space on the main floor. Radical. The future is bright.