Center for PostNatural History
"Document living things that have been heritably altered by humans [intentionally]".
An exhibit space
Natural history museum covers 'up-to' the altering of nature.
The meeting of Nature & Culture: perfect ex. Dogs
Target exhibit: A genetically modified tobacco plant that produces light. WTF!?
-Needs total darkness
-Need an audio component
-Plant needs to rotate
-Environmental controls and access to in and out.
GASP: Group Against Smog and Pollution
Karrie and Sam
\---> Educational coordinator
"Works to improve air quality to ensure human, environmental and economic health"
Target exhibit: Integrating the air quality index in the storefront window.
Air quality index chart.
Recommended proportion to the amount of outdoor activity people engage in
-Passerby needs all the info, NOW!
-Easy to read
-Easy to understand
-Uphold to vandalism
Irma Freeman Center for Imagination
An ALL-COMMUNITY organization.
"We do SOOO much"
"We need a way to engage the people that come in" "We need to get their info."
"Everyone we work with are ARTISTS and PEOPLE"…
Building has Green technology…
-Design needs are open ended […but well informed if you listen].
Jackie and Bill
"Systematically backing up the Internet since 1994."
"Assumed rules and assumed roles all living in the same bucket. That's what we need help with."
Whoa buddy: A tool for keeping things uncluttered in the DeepNet: looks at your use, or non-use of "The" social media. And lets you know when you're screwing up. Offering IRL alternatives.
-Mayoral sponsorship of a "Whoa Buddy" installation,
-In a storefront
-Without attaching to the building….hmm.
Video of Woa buddy
Whoa, Buddy! Video Walkthrough from THE APP EXPO!!1 on Vimeo.
L[iterary] A[rts] B[oom] and "The Mad Scientist Store"
(Ramya, ________, ________)
Literacy promotion through alternative approaches.
-Lots of possible artifacts.