The wonder has disappeared. Everyone is locked behind their screens all day, and the world is slowly crumbling around them but no one sees. Everything has become superficial. Yet deep down we all yearn to fly.
he Whitney Museum recently sponsored a public art project with artist Gary Simmons. To make the project, teens collected responses to the question, “What are you waiting for?” from their classmates and the larger community. The handwritten scraps of paper were then photographed, printed, and wheatpasted onto a wall, creating a layered, complex, and sometimes contradictory collection of voices and opinions. - OPENER FOR FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!!!
Box | Produced by Bot and Dolly, a San Francisco-based design and engineering studio, this amazing clip was filmed entirely in camera and demonstrates a mixture of robotically controlled monitors, projection-mapping and choreographed human interaction. |
Post-it Notes for Neighbors is an interactive installation that helps demystify the topic by inviting people to anonymously share information about their housing costs.By the end of the week, the window was transformed into a useful collection of housing information created by and relevant to the community.