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July 19 (1-3 pm): NannyVan at No Longer Empty. 155th St. at Saint Nicholas, Harlem NYC.
July 12: El Bibliobandido at Peréz Art Museum, Miami. Avert calamity! Make books!
ESSAY: "Macaronic Dialogue and Interactive Media." by Marisa Jahn in MIT Open Doc Lab Research Forum
May 8, 2014: NannyVan Launches at MIT. Event co-presenters: MIT Open Doc Lab, MIT Center for Civic Media, StoryCode, and NuLawLab
Spring 2014: MicroMuseum at the American Museum of Natural History. An augmented reality mobile game workshop for teens about microorganisms
ESSAY: Why Call it Art? The Aesthetics of Participation
Fall 2013: REV- at MIT Open Doc Lab and Course with students from NuLawlab @ Northeastern U. School of Law and MIT. A studio-based art, media, and law class creating new tools with Boston-based domestic workers.
ESSAY: The Philosopher’s Axe and Socially-Engaged Art. Reflections from our “REVistas: Rethinking Social Services” working group as a part of the Queen’s Museum’s Arte Util Lab.
Spring, 2013: Video Slink Uganda features work by Paul D. Miller (Dj Spooky), Rashaad Newsome, Hank Willis Thomas, Saya Woolfalk, and more. Paul Falzone and REV- curated 7 experimental videos which were burned onto pirated DVDs and played before feature films (Hollywood hits, Nollywood dramas, Bollywood musicals, and pornography).
El Bibliobandido in ArtForum. Catch El Bibliobandido, the chief villain you love to hate, commandeering full page spreads in ArtForum and the annals of Caribbean art history!