Bear the Extended Body
From September 2nd to December 30th 2019, 14 artists-researchers were involved in Code Art Research Program, to deploy new discursive questioning about our digital everyday life. Collaborative research allows to materialize a critical look on society and re-appropriate ourselves within the societal structures.
The online exhibition "Bear the extended body" gather all the reflections of the artists-researchers from Code's community.
Code Kitchen is a public lecture series hosted by Parsons AMT Design + Technology.
This body of work includes RISO print design: a series of three posters for each friday event and digital design (promotional material): Instagram Posts; Eventbrite; AMT Newsletter; Kiosk Display.
Amy’s World is an experimental game that is situated within a 3D space mapped with a sci-fi narrative. The players, with the guidance of a world map, enter the simulation as the physical embodiment of the main character. They will experience a posthumanist world of death care design and digital clones. This working prototype is our first attempt to rethink game design and use Unity3D as a potential tool for immersive storytelling.