I think that the article also opens up a lot of questions that it did not entirely address. However, these questions can be used to further a discussion on the topic. For example, much of the examples of social practice art provided could easily fall more towards the realm of demonstration, not necessarily art. I think that many of the examples reflected activism, but it could be argued that they were not necessarily "art." I think the article should have explored the visual aspects of the projects more than just their impact.
I also think that while the examples provided were interesting, there was a lack of context provided. For example, the row houses example was somewhat confusing because the conditions of the area and how the row houses would be impactful was ambiguous. Overall though, the article provided conclusive explorations of social practice art and how it can affect and touch the lives of everyday people. I think art can be applied to almost every aspect of life and this article showed how that has been done and how successful it can be.