1. Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos @ Esther Klein Gallery (EKG) through the VPAP. [part 2]

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    As shown- by Mark Skwarek & John Craig Freeman curated by Chris Manzione The augmented reality work "Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos" @ Esther Klein Gallery (EKG) through the Vitrual Public Art Project or VPAP. We captured a section of the US/ Mexico boarder where migrants passed away trying to enter the U.S. We have brought that 3d location into the gallery space with augmented reality. What we are showing at Esther Klein Gallery is a gods eye view of the projects MoMA installation. This project also exists in real world scale at the MoMA. Gallery goers are able to experience the location where the migrants passed while being in the MoMA court yard. The experience will be a scale first person perspective of the valley. If viewers walk the path through the virtual valley they will safely cross the MoMA court yard, walking around the pools of water and dodging trees and shrubbery. The work is a vivid reminder of the price paid for the U.S. way of life. Project Description: The Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos, is an augmented reality public art project and memorial, dedicated to the thousands of migrants who have died along the U.S./Mexico border. This iteration of the project allows users to remotely visualize the sites where human remains have been recovered with a smart phone mobile device. This iteration of the project uses software to superimpose computer generated 3D graphics of traditional Mexican skeleton wood-carvings, or calaca, at the precise GPS coordinates of recorded migrant deaths with an accurate 3d copy of the exact terrain from the USGS. This enables gallery viewers to see the calacas integrated into the 3d USGS terrain as if they existed in the real world. We hope that in some cases this project might give solace to the family and loved one of those who have died and assist them through the mourning process. Just as importantly however, this project is designed for the citizens of the United States and intended to impact the formation of national identity by remembering the sacrifice which has been made on behalf of our shared values. We feel that the time has come for this nation to acknowledge the role we play, both individually and collectively, in creating the conditions for death at this scale to occur, and to own up to the economic benefit we have reaped by maintaining a cheap, marginalized, undocumented migrant workforce in food production, child care, manufacturing, building, domestic maintenance, tourism and virtually all other aspects of our economy.

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    • "All a blur" (ambient video)

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      Ambient video for Art 407: New Media

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      • Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos @ Esther Klein Gallery (EKG) through the VPAP. [part 1]

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        from mark skwarek / Added

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        As shown- by Mark Skwarek & John Craig Freeman curated by Chris Manzione The augmented reality work "Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos" @ Esther Klein Gallery (EKG) through the Vitrual Public Art Project or VPAP. We captured a section of the US/ Mexico boarder where migrants passed away trying to enter the U.S. We have brought that 3d location into the gallery space with augmented reality. What we are showing at Esther Klein Gallery is a gods eye view of the projects MoMA installation. This project also exists in real world scale at the MoMA. Gallery goers are able to experience the location where the migrants passed while being in the MoMA court yard. The experience will be a scale first person perspective of the valley. If viewers walk the path through the virtual valley they will safely cross the MoMA court yard, walking around the pools of water and dodging trees and shrubbery. The work is a vivid reminder of the price paid for the U.S. way of life. Project Description: The Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos, is an augmented reality public art project and memorial, dedicated to the thousands of migrants who have died along the U.S./Mexico border. This iteration of the project allows users to remotely visualize the sites where human remains have been recovered with a smart phone mobile device. This iteration of the project uses software to superimpose computer generated 3D graphics of traditional Mexican skeleton wood-carvings, or calaca, at the precise GPS coordinates of recorded migrant deaths with an accurate 3d copy of the exact terrain from the USGS. This enables gallery viewers to see the calacas integrated into the 3d USGS terrain as if they existed in the real world. We hope that in some cases this project might give solace to the family and loved one of those who have died and assist them through the mourning process. Just as importantly however, this project is designed for the citizens of the United States and intended to impact the formation of national identity by remembering the sacrifice which has been made on behalf of our shared values. We feel that the time has come for this nation to acknowledge the role we play, both individually and collectively, in creating the conditions for death at this scale to occur, and to own up to the economic benefit we have reaped by maintaining a cheap, marginalized, undocumented migrant workforce in food production, child care, manufacturing, building, domestic maintenance, tourism and virtually all other aspects of our economy.

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        • SoleSearch

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          Here's a video directed by Darius Mathis featuring one of the main forces behind the SoleSearch iphone app, Brandon Williamson. The app finds high end sneaker boutiques around the world so sneaker-heads can stay up on what's hot where ever their travels my take them. SoleSearch was produced by David J. Phifer through Mod City Media and was shot on location in Chicago, Illinois and Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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          • SHOWREEL 2010

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            SHOWREEL 2010 — young devine student Yordi Uytersprot is looking for a nice internship abroad. thanks for watching! — madeby / Yordi Uytersprot music / Aphex Twin (Four Tet Remix)

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            • Nervous Structure 0 (2010)

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              Nervous Structure interactive installation. Annica Cuppetelli http://annicacuppetelli.com Cristobal Mendoza http://matadata.com

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              • Leading from Where You Are: A Story in Health Care Reform

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                from Caricia Catalani / Added

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                A video by Emily Buzzel and Daniel Kwaro, exploring the action and leadership needed to build a movement for national health reform. Filmed in the San Francisco Bay Area as a part of a UC Berkeley course on New Media, Video, and Public Health leadership, taught by Caricia Catalani, Ellie Schindelman, and Diego Castaneda

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                • You Are The Drum

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                  A video by Kallista Bley, exploring the connections between art, expression, and leadership for health. Filmed in the San Francisco Bay Area as a part of a UC Berkeley course on New Media, Video, and Public Health leadership, taught by Caricia Catalani, Ellie Schindelman, and Diego Castaneda

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                  • What is Public Health?: Leadership in Action

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                    A video by Maria Teresa Hernandez, exploring the question "what is public health" through the thoughts and opinions of undergraduate students at the University of California, Berkeley. Filmed in the San Francisco Bay Area as a part of a UC Berkeley course on New Media, Video, and Public Health leadership, taught by Caricia Catalani, Ellie Schindelman, and Diego Castaneda.

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                    • Dance as Leadership

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                      from Caricia Catalani / Added

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                      A video by Juan David Rangel, exploring the connections between dance and leadership for health and social justice. Filmed in the San Francisco Bay Area as a part of a UC Berkeley course on New Media, Video, and Public Health leadership, taught by Caricia Catalani, Ellie Schindelman, and Diego Castaneda.

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