On the intersection of technology, culture, and everyday life: My semi-updated space to collect and link my thoughts about interesting things I spot.
The building-sized, glowing red lights of the "Save Domino" sign is a visual call challenging residents to take a role in the controversial changes around them.
In a different way, Future Perfect compellingly uses scale to highlight community voices. It’s interactive audio/video installation of Brooklyn’s Atlantic Yards development project contrasts the vision of architects/developers with the vision of local school children and the voices of local residents. Once stepping into the installation, the dynamic video images move with the viewer, allowing comparisons between different architectural futures (watching the Demo Video Link does more desciptive justice).