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one square mile, 10,000 voices one square mile, 10,000 voices

On 24, Jun 2018 | In | By sue

one square mile, 10,000 voices

During World War II, more than 10,000 Japanese Americans were unjustly incarcerated at Manzanar. This audio AR project geolocates recordings from Manzanar’s past and present around the former concentration camp, now a national historic site. Using a mobile app, visitors walking around the site can explore its rich oral history, and record their own reflections to add to the project. This participatory approach invites visitors to engage with both the physical site and its historical archive in new ways, and creates a living document of resistance, resilience, and community across generations. (Currently in production)

new york times 360: sriracha factory new york times 360: sriracha factory

On 01, Dec 2017 | In | By sue

new york times 360: sriracha factory

Huy Fong Foods, home of the iconic Sriracha hot sauce, processes 50,000 tons of chili peppers every year and ships Sriracha around the globe. This 360 video takes viewers inside the factory as workers and machines sort and wash the chili peppers, mix the finished product, and pack the bottles for shipping. Watch here.

new york times 360: lacma new york times 360: lacma

On 21, Oct 2017 | In | By sue

new york times 360: lacma

Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is a series of over 70 exhibits in and around Los Angeles, all showcasing Latino and Latin American art. LACMA’s exhibit Home—So Different, So Appealing explores the universal concept of home in a transnational framework. While the show is historical, its themes of belonging and displacement are central to current political discourse. Watch here.

new york times 360: sapa, vietnam new york times 360: sapa, vietnam new york times 360: sapa, vietnam

On 23, Aug 2017 | No Comments | In | By sue

new york times 360: sapa, vietnam

In Sapa, Vietnam, the Hmong people have been farming rice on mountain terraces for hundreds of years. This 360 video for The New York Times follows Máy, a farmer, as she tends her terraces, travels through the mountains, and cooks with her family. She explains how climate change—in the form of increasingly extreme weather—is impacting local farmers. Watch here.

docubase docubase docubase docubase

On 28, Oct 2015 | No Comments | In | By sue

docubase

Docubase is a curated online database of the projects, people, and technologies transforming documentary in the digital age. It includes interactive, participatory, collaborative, location-based, and trans-media narratives, projects that defy categorization and challenge traditional definitions of documentary. Docubase’s resources encourage you to discover new work, explore new techniques, join community discussions, and envision and create the future of documentary. Visit Docubase here.