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Chinatown

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Chinatown is a site-specific interactive narrative in Chinatown, Boston. The project uses QR codes to 'tag' stories told through videos that a participant can access using a camera on their phone to scan the individual codes. After a participant watches the video, they are prompted to record a video, sound or take photographs and create their own QR codes to leave in Chinatown for others to experience. The hope for this project was to create an ongoing interactive story of the people, places and food in Chinatown.  read more »

Fearless Speaking: Complaints-in-a-Container

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Abstract
Luckily, most human do not go through huge traumas of war or disaster, but we still deal with small traumas every day. Fearless Speaking—Complaints-in-a-Container is a project to help people to open up and communicate small displeasure in semi-public places and release their emotions without fear of being recognized.

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