Low resolution light and shadow ~ “Scattered Light” ~ Jim Campbell, Madison Square Park (2010)
Touchscreen interactives map the NYC subway -
Everything touchscreen ~ NYC’s touchscreen-based pay phones are in the concept stage, interactive, large-scale touchscreens are unveiled in the subway system; is this the next widespread information delivery canvas of choice?
Gallery of Lost Art -
“Exploring the stories behind the loss of works of art” ~ An online exhibition presented by the TATE.
Kysa Johnson ~ “blow up 160 - subatomic decay patterns after a picture of a village of the future”
Chalk and Chinese White on Vinyl and Walls/Ceiling
At the Park Avenue Armory
“In the video, my parents and I struggle to hear and imitate what is so close at hand and yet so difficult to access. The accent is treated very literally, like an heirloom, and the project illustrates the very awkward attempt to concretely transfer this elusive, and ultimately culturally determined, attribute.” ~Nina Katchadourian, “Accent Elimination”
Sculpture, in book form. By Olafur Eliasson.
Ruby goes MAD -
This software integrates with the museum’s content management system to manage a new building-wide wayfinding system and interactive video and collection displays for the Museum of Arts and Design.
Bloom by Anna Schuleit
Using the hallways and rooms of the abandoned historic structure like the insides of an instrument, the architecture was made to sound in a single performance of J. S. Bach’s “Magnificat”, a choral piece in twelve movements. ~Habeas Corpus by Anna Schuleit at the Northampton State Hospital, MA