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The Mapping Journey Project
The Mapping Journey Project is a mixed-media installation that combines eight video works and a printed map.
The Enclave is a disorienting and kaleidoscopic multi-channel video installation intended to formally parallel eastern Congo’s multifaceted…
This immersive three-channel video installation preceded an Academy award-nominated feature Restrepo and a book Infidel and was an early…
Women Are Heroes
In this participatory public art project JR asked women who were victims of war, crime, and rape to pose for portraits and show there’s…
Enter the shadows of Vancouver, BC, circa 1948, through this immersive interactive art app for iPad and iPhone.
The LoveStory Project
A universal experience is explored through multicultural lenses in this database documentary about love.
I Want You to Want Me
"I Want You to Want Me" uses data scraped from online dating profiles to explore love, desire, and identity.
Second-Life and Unity3D versions of the Guantánamo Bay Detention Center function as an interactive and educational experience of the prison…
Filmmaker in Residence
For the National Film Board of Canada’s pioneering Filmmaker in Residence initiative, documentarian Katerina Cizek collaborated with doctors…
Personal postcards become a gateway to history in the interactive documentary "Farewell Comrades."
A Journal of Insomnia
While insomnia is usually a solitary affliction, interactive documentary "A Journal of Insomnia" uses the web to create a community of insomniacs.
Tidmarsh Farms: Living Observatory
A multi-sensory observation project documents the restoration of Massachusetts wetlands.
Question Bridge: Black Males
"Question Bridge: Black Males" facilitates conversations within the African American male community across political, class, geographic,…