_Tidmarsh Farms: Living Observatory
A multi-sensory observation project documents the restoration of Massachusetts wetlands.
An exploration of personal loss, Aaron Vincent Elkaim’s interactive photo essay "Fire" focuses on his grandparents' cabin, destroyed by…
_The Disaster Resilience Journal
42 short online serialized articles, released daily via social media networks, blogs, and word of mouth.
_On A Human Scale
In this interactive exhibit, a piano is transformed into an audio-visual tapestry of the human voice.
_A Childhood Walk
A participatory trip down memory lane, Ze Frank’s "A Childhood Walk" explores the connections between location, technology, and memory.
_The Wilderness Downtown
An online music video for the Arcade Fire’s song "We Used to Wait," The Wilderness Downtown calls up images of the viewer's childhood…
_Always in Season Island
Second Life documentary project "Always in Season Island" explores the history of lynching in the United States.
_Mapping Main Street
The participatory project "Mapping Main Street" documents the diversity of America.
A team of miniature robots developed at MIT makes a documentary about humans, disarming their subjects with their engineered “cuteness.”…
_Guernica, pintura de guerra
The first Spanish transmedia and multiplatform documentary in homage to the 70th anniversary of the bombing of the city of Guernica by the…
_The Next Day
The devastating effects of suicide on family members left behind haunted social worker Paul Peterson in his work for over 10 years. Peterson…
_The Iron Curtain Diaries
The Iron Curtain Diaries looks at the legacy of the Cold War from the perspectives of the towns on the border of the USSR and the West.
_We Feel Fine
"We Feel Fine" visualizes emotional "data," creating a record of people's emotions as expressed on blogs and social media.
Web surfing and interactivity are mutually enriching, drawing from the way we use the net as tourists. True to life, each of your moves…
Web documentary "Holy Mountain" explores religion and spirituality through the lens of Montreal’s Mount Royal.