research, design, Brooklyn, A/D/O, utopia, dystopia

Research for Utopia–Dystopia Exhibition

I worked on the research for Utopia–Dystopia, a video exhibition at A/D/O, a new creative space in Brooklyn. Utopia–Dystopia is an immersive installation that was designed by INABA WILLIAMS and MTWTF with amazingly beautiful videos by Alec Donovan. Using the framework of four themes, territory, identity, action and interface, Utopia–Dystopia looked at how design helps formulate visions of how technology will play out.

Screenshot above from Artsy’s coverage of A/D/O. 

Still working on more documentation of the event but here is some Instagram coverage:

Check out the excellent Utopia v Dystopia exhibition @a_d_o_nyc with installation design by @jeffreyinaba with @glen_mtwtf @eseldee and @sharon_leung. System engineering by @sonicplatforms and design assist/fabrication by @kinandcompany #technology #blackmirror

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Another in a series of animations I worked on for @jeffreyinaba and @glen_mtwtf and their exhibit #utopiadystopia at the opening festival of the new @a_d_o_nyc space in Greenpoint, Bklyn this weekend.

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One in a series of videos I animated for @jeffreyinaba and @glen_mtwtf and their exhibit #utopiadystopia at the launch festival for the new @a_d_o_nyc space. Happening this weekend in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

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