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_Sandy Storyline

“Sandy Storyline” is a participatory documentary that collects and shares stories about the impact of Hurricane Sandy on our neighborhoods, our communities and our lives.

2013 Michael Premo,Rachel Falcone
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“We want to keep it open-source, and we want to keep the process transparent, so that when another event happens, this entire platform could be turned on again, or replicated.”

Ariel Newland Kennan, Co-Producer, in Columbia Journalism Review

Hurricane Sandy was one of the most devastating storms to hit the northeastern United States and the Caribbean in a generation, and its effects are still felt in the long rebuilding process. Sandy Storyline is a community-generated narrative of the storm and its aftermath that uses new storytelling platforms like Vojo and Cowbird to collect audio, video, photography, and text stories from residents and citizen journalists. The goal of this collaborative documentation is to foster greater civic dialogue and to put the effects of climate change on a human scale. The online archive features more than 250 stories, testimonies, and visions for the future. These stories are shared through an immersive web documentary and interactive exhibitions.

 

Project at a Glance :

Language : EN
Country : United States
Year : 2013
Author : Michael Premo,Rachel Falcone
Producer : Ariel Kennan,Laura Gottesdiener,Petra Farinha,Tonia Porras
Team : http://www.sandystoryline.com/us/
Developers : Exygy
Designers : Ariel Kennan,Laura Gottesdiener,Petra Farinha,Pure+Applied,Tonia Porras
Topics : Disaster recovery
Technologies : Cowbird,Vojo.co
Techniques : Archival,Crowdsourcing,Installation,Participatory
Festivals : Tribeca Storyscapes
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