Web Docs, Pandemic Fall 2020
Dark Night of the Soul
In spirituality, the dark night of the soul is a period of depression in which one loses their sense of self so completely, they may not know who they are anymore. "Dark Night of the Soul" is a game available in the browser that reflects upon mental health awareness.
by Sophia Canfield
Destination Tomorrow is a grassroots agency and the LGBTQ+ center of the Bronx borough. It is our belief that no individual should have to leave his, her, or their neighborhood to access LGBTQ specific services.
by Sage Rivera
Learn about and study the microbe world that lives in us and all around us!
by Audrey Hufsmith
Our time when in wait has been transformed by the electronic devices always at hand. This is a visual meditation on current wait time.
by Poojith Padmaraj
Mental Health in Latinx Communities in New York City
Often in Latinx families, mental health is not spoken about or seen as taboo. As time has passed, some families are becoming more open to discussing it for later generations.
by Crystal Rand
"Find your people. Craigslist has listings for missed connections in the New York City area." A whimsical archive of missed connections.
by Dylan Marcheschi
I'm human, not a machine
An installation work that visualizes COVID-19 anxieties as physical distancing is ignored. To see this project in action, your browser must be connected to an Arduino and proximity sensor. Imagine your face in real-time in the oval on the left and words of anxeity appearing in the silhoutte.
by Gigi Ahn
During the pandemic, artist Christopher Hamilton conducts distant interviews wth friends who have experienced homelessness in New York City. Learn about their exepriences and how you may help.
by Christopher Hamilton
Suburbika is a digital exploration of the aesthetics of suburban settler colonialism. The project takes inspiration from the interactivity of google street view -- users navigate through the suburbika landscape and interact with visual elements to see the space anew. The project juxtaposes urgent realities of police brutality and the erasure of native histories against quaint and perky imagery of private property.
by Johnsy Johnsrude
Gearoid Dolan is an Irish artist, living and working in New York since 1987 dedicated to the creative power of protest and activism for progressive movements. Protest presents an interactive archive of Dolan's social engagement.
by Gearoid Dolan