AR Occupy Wall Street
AR Occupy Wall Street is "the world’s first global AR protest," placing a layer of protest art over New York's Financial District.
Yellow Arrow was a pioneering location-based project that invited participants to use early mobile technology to annotate the city around…
#ChalkedUnarmed is a grassroots movement and participatory documentary project raising awareness of police brutality and its victims.
Invisible Monument is a series of geolocated soundscapes that both document and invite continued engagement with protest movements.
A sound art installation highlighting the public art of Cambridge, Massachusetts allows visitors to leave geo-tagged commentary for other…
96 Acres Project
The 96 Acres Project is a series of site-specific art projects bringing together community members to address the impact of the Cook County…
Holograms for Freedom
Holograms for Freedom, “the first hologram protest in history," was a response to Spain's "Gag Law," which criminalized many forms of…
Hello Lamp Post
Hello Lamp Post is a playful project that invites participants to share stories and rediscover their everyday surroundings.
An Astronaut looks down on Earth and sees a stream of unnamed YouTube videos.
These Memories Won’t Last
The interactive webcomic portrays the deteriorating mind of a man with Alzheimers and his memories of World War II.
The first 360 video documentary by The New York Times explores the global refugee crisis through the stories of three children.
A data-driven, web-based story generator, Seances pays tribute to loss in cinema and ephemerality in contemporary digital culture.
Say Something Bunny!
A found audio recording from 1950’s New York is unpacked in an immersive performance.